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On Thanksgiving Day, LAPD homicide detective Kate Delafield and her partner, Ed Taylor, are called to an apartment building on the edge of Beverly Hills to investigate a premeditated and pitiless murder.
The lesbian classic Daughters of a Coral Dawn told the story of a group of pioneering women who disappeared from Earth and colonized the planet Maternas. But what became of the sisters they left behind? In this highly anticipated sequel, best-selling author Katherine V. Forrest describes an Earth beyond nightmare ruled by dictator Theo Zedera-known simply as Zed-whose weaponry is invincible. With ruthless determination he seeks the vanished women remaining on Unit Earth. Among these women is the leader of the Unity, the extraordinary Africa Contrera, Zed's childhood friend as well as his colleague and intellectual equal. As Africa struggles to build a world safe for women, she is haunted by her past - a time when she trusted Zed and shared with him the deadly knowledge he now uses to hunt her. What future can there be for the women who call themselves the Unity? How can they possibly conceal themselves from a world of savagery and a man who intends to find them at any cost? Just as she did 18 years ago, Katherine Forrest has created a brilliant, breathtaking, and romantic saga of a divided society and the rebels courageous enough to withstand a brutal new world.
Sequel to Daughters of an Amber Noon; about a planet populated by only women.
"A pioneer in lesbian literature . . . a believer in the power of stories."--Lambda Book ReportThe reprint of a long out-of-print classic short story collection featuring the treasured erotic novella O Captain, My Captain. Also includes stories featuring LAPD homicide detective Kate Delafield and characters from the Daughters of a Coral Dawn science fiction series. Katherine V. Forrest is famous for her best-selling works of lesbian fiction in the mystery/detective, romance, and science fiction genres. She has received the Lambda Literary Foundation Pioneer Award, given to recognize and honor the best in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender literature.
Short erotic lesbian stories.
It was an emotionally difficult but professionally simple investigation for Detective Kate Delafield - perhaps too simple. As she testifies in court in this case against a former child abuser accused of murdering his ex-wife, Kate goes home to an empty house and must face the impact of her own choices that have driven Aimee away from the relationship they have had for ten years. At the same time, the brother she hadn't known until recently, who hired detectives to find her only to cut her out of his life because she is a lesbian, calls on her to help track down his runaway teenage daughter Dylan, who also seems to be a lesbian. But he wants Dylan back so he can try to change her. Kate must learn new lessons about herself as the case, Aimee, and Dylan all turn out to have surprises she hadn't expected.
In this long-awaited new installment of the legendary Kate Delafield mystery series, Kate is forced to confront her most formidable opponent: herself. Five months into mandated retirement from LAPD, her long term on-again off-again relationship with Aimee Grant off again, hopelessly dependent on the only substance that can drown her pain over Aimee and the illness of her best friend, lost without her police career, beset by terrifying dreams, Kate Delafield is in a world of trouble. Into this world walks Captain Carolina Walcott of the LAPD, with a request that Kate quietly and secretly try to locate Kate's former police partner, Joe Cameron, who has vanished. She also offers Kate a business card#151;the name on it a woman from Kate's past who may be able offer a lifeline back to the self Kate once was. Even as she deals with a shocking and inexplicable homicide, Kate simultaneously pursues a trail of evidence toward Cameron that leads her into the high desert. Here in the high desert she will find challenges to the truth of everything she ever believed in as a principled police officer. Here in the high desert she must decide what it is she still believes: about her past, her present, her future.
Long before the rise of the modern gay movement, an unnoticed literary revolution was occurring between the covers of the cheaply produced lesbian pulp paperbacks of the post-World War II era. In 1950, publisher Fawcett Books founded its Gold Medal imprint, inaugurating the reign of lesbian pulp fiction. These were the books that small-town lesbians and prurient men bought by the millions - cheap, easy to find in drugstores, and immediately recognizable by their lurid covers. For women leading straight lives, here was confirmation that they were not alone and that darkly glamorous, "gay" places like Greenwich Village existed. Some - especially those written by lesbians - offered sympathetic and realistic depictions of "life in the shadows," while others (no less fun to read now) were smutty, sensational tales of innocent girls led astray. In the overheated prose typical of the genre, this collection documents the emergence of a lesbian subculture in postwar America.
"O Captain, My Captain" is an intelligent, enthralling, and sensuous science fiction vampire story. Harper is on a galactic salvage mission into a dangerous asteroid zone with Captain Drake. Alone with the captain for days, Harper falls into her thrall and, eventually, into her bed. But Drake has secrets she protects at all costs . . .
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