Far from Maddy

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Book Makers Ink, 2003 - Fiction - 238 pages
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Far From Maddy is about the wounds of childhood, which are often re-opened by subsequent relationships. Saint-Clair's distinctive voice, unusally poetic for lesbian grunge, vividly describes the complex emotional and psychological landscape. Woven throughout this tale os emotional brutality, and a young woman's desperate bid to find herself, is the leitmotif of this "thinking woman's lesbian romance" writer: Saint-Clair's erotic, subtle and sensuous language of desire, lust and love between women.

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