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Lois Lenz, Lesbian Secretary

av Monica Nolan

Serier: Career-Girl (1)

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Lois Lenz was like any other wholesome former cheerleader with a knack for office skills - until she took a job at Sather & Sterling in bustling Bay City. Spending her days in the cut-throat typing pool and her nights at the all-women's residence of Magdalena Arms, Lois had no idea she was entering a world of working girls whose passionate desires - and fabulous fashion sense - could lead any innocent lamb astray ... a wickedly funny paridy of gay and lesbian pulp classics that weaves sex, mystery, murder and mayhem into a highly entertaining romp.… (mer)
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This short spoof is a hoot, and will have you chortling and reading lines out loud to your girlfriend. It’s all about a young innocent from a small town who, in spite of a pleasant life practicing kissing with her best cheerleader pal, decides she wants to go check out the big city, and gasp – have a career! The extremely well-organized (and proud of it) Lois eventually finds out that there are lesbians all around, and there are also a few dastardly schemes afoot. This will take you about as long to read as it took me to write this review. ( )
  astrologerjenny | Apr 24, 2013 |
If you have a soft spot in your heart for late 1950s lesbian pulp, then this book comes highly recommended. Too tongue-in-cheek to be mistaken for the original thing, Lois Lenz is the classically reformulated story of the small town, out of it lesbian who makes her way in the big city to become...well, what doesn't she become? Meet Lois the Lesbian, Lois the part-time Nancy Drew, and most scandalous of all, Lois the Career Girl. What starts out as drawing its humor from the title character's charming naivete ends as full-blown camp. Come for the "practice" kissing sessions and stick around for the twilight world of the Magdalena Arms and its complement of sapphic boarders, all with their share of secrets. ( )
  mambo_taxi | Feb 22, 2010 |
This pulp want to be novel is horrible, yet comedic. I couldn't help but laugh through it because it was so stupid. ( )
  iamagirldork | Sep 16, 2007 |
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Lois Lenz was like any other wholesome former cheerleader with a knack for office skills - until she took a job at Sather & Sterling in bustling Bay City. Spending her days in the cut-throat typing pool and her nights at the all-women's residence of Magdalena Arms, Lois had no idea she was entering a world of working girls whose passionate desires - and fabulous fashion sense - could lead any innocent lamb astray ... a wickedly funny paridy of gay and lesbian pulp classics that weaves sex, mystery, murder and mayhem into a highly entertaining romp.

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