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Three Women

Narrated by: Kaylee West
Length: 6 hrs and 24 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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One of the best novels to come out of the golden age of lesbian pulps, this 1958 classic returns to delight a new generation of readers.

Phil Carlson's marriage proposal is 18-year-old Paula's ticket out of the tenement and dingy life with her alcoholic father. But the dream dissolves the moment Paula meets Byrne, Phil's wealthy aunt. Byrne, an artist who lives in Greenwich Village, is bewitched by Paula's crush on her and daringly allows it to blossom, despite the dark secret that forever ties her to another woman.

©2006 Cleis Press (P)2014 Cleis Press

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  • susan glass
  • 07-17-19

Trashy 1950s pulp fiction

Trashy, needy, awkward characters loom large in this lovers romance but despite its shortcomings it is wonderfully descriptive. Cringeworthy and compelling in equal measures.

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  • Frankimunk
  • 02-19-16

I loved this book

It may be old and seem dated, but so many contemporary books are so formulaic they just churn out the same old thing with different names and places, nothing original about them.
But this book was for me a wonderful read, it is well narrated and quite addictive until the last word..