Fletcher Flora enjoyed a long career as a pulp fiction and mystery writer, and among his works we discovered a number of "daring" (for the time -- they are quite modest by modern standards) novels of lesbian love (some with crime elements).
All were published as paperback originals from somewhat-less-than-respectable publishing companies -- Strange Sisters in 1954 and Desperate Asylum... [click here for more]
Georges Feydeau (1862-1921) wrote some 60 comedies, farces, and comic monologues; I Never Cheat on My Husband was one of his last productions (1914).
Often considered the greatest French comic genius sinceMolière, Feydeau wrote frequently about the relations between men and women in modern society. In this play, the professional artist and sexual predator, Saint Franquet, begins his pursuit... [click here for more]
Rosemary wishes that she had been born in a previous century when her musical abilities would have attracted the crème de la crème of suitors. Instead, she finds her pianistic skills useless in navigating real life and embarrasses herself in one predicament after another, with no hope of meeting the ideal man. Rosemary descends from a long line of female pianists, beginning with ancestors... [click here for more]