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Burning Sappho

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Hardcover, 191 pages
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Having written satirical mysteries about the New York gay community, Baxt turns to the early 1970's Lesbian community as he dissects feminist guru Sappho Yannopoulos and her coterie. Sappho's current secretary Willi is just breaking up with her private investigator girlfriend Belle, leaving Belle available to look into the problems of Pauline's last secretary, ineffectual Pauline. There's also a woman cab driver, the tough policeman who loves Belle, a mysterious Israeli yachtsman, and an ...more
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George Baxt, the US playwright, scriptwriter and novelist, was born June 11, 1923; he died June 28, 2003, New York City, USA.

He began his career as a radio announcer, an actors' agent, and television scriptwriter. He claimed that as an actors' agent he threw James Dean out of his office because he needed a bath. George Baxt's career developed into scriptwriting cult horror films. He made a contrib
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