Latin Satins by Terri de la Peña
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The prize-winning author of Margins tells the joyous, spicy story of a group of Chicana singers--their love affairs, affection for one another, and dedication to their music--and tackles issues such as racism, homophobia, and AIDS. Original. IP.

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Published August 23, 1994 by Seal Press. 270 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In fact, the stranger she sees across a lagoon one morning at the beginning of the book, the first woman she's attracted to since breaking up with her closeted ex two years before, turns out to be the same friend-of-a-friend trying to get a date with her throughout the story.) Or: Will the lead s...

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