In Kevin Winters' fast-paced novel, The One, readers are treated to a page-turner of a book. Combining an insider's view of the relationships and daily happenings in the gay community with an added mystery, the author has delivered one good read. Nick Ward, an affable and hard-working guy who owns two restaurants in Toronto, moves comfortably in the city's gay community. He dates, hopes for Mr. Right, and unexpectedly finds him. When all seems perfect, Nick's new and loving relationship is suddenly thrown off course when a murder takes place and the story broadens as the police race to solve this crime. The plot is compelling, with the characters well created, the touch of humor just right, and several clever plot twists guaranteed to keep readers guessing to the last pages.