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Lucy and Mickey

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Paperback, 448 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Hard Candy
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I LOVED this book!!!! An awesome butch/femme oriented historical romance novel.
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Born to a Honduran father [in 1943] who came to Chicago and married a light-skinned Black woman, [he] lives in San Francisco, describing [him]self as "a [...] born-again christian, mongrel [the Mongrels are a group [...] born of mixed heritage], & witness on the sea of life".

(from Daughters of Africa, edited by Margaret Busby)
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