Rumaker, Michael. "To Kill a Cardinal"
paperback edition, 500 copies, 168 pp.
designed by Jonathan Greene
Richard Hall called this "a witty fable [that] blends the marvelous and the murderous as it takes us on a grown-up children's crusade across Manhattan. The object of their pilgrimage--to destroy the malefoactors of the Church. The result--one grand surprise after another. The Canterbury Tales in reverse for the furious queer '90s.."
Stan Leventhal wrote, "With the precision of a surgeon, Rumaker exposes the soft underbelly of institutionalized religion, while creating a vivid tableau of New York City's various counter-cultures."