People in trouble

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Dutton, Jan 1, 1990 - Fiction - 228 pages
16 Reviews
A New York City love triangle forms the center of a literary universe peopled by a Guardian Angels-like vigilante group, a Chinatown cowgirl, and ex-leather queen, a real-estate mogul, and, at the center, Kate, Peter, and Molly, as they confront love in t

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User Review  - Jen Helfand - Goodreads

Feeling so much scarcity in books visibilizing queer radical histories. This book is so limited. Feels important to continue learning about the time described here - the power of people living with aids and hiv, building power. And this book is not great. Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Such an interesting and exciting lesbian novel. Schulman creates round characters with conflicting internal motives in a realistic way. The way she writes about the AIDS crisis is both informative and from an activist standpoint. Read full review


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