The Flash of Midnight by Robert Armin

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Laurie Norber, the protagonist of The Flash of Midnight, is a survivor of rape and child abuse who has managed to retain both her sense of humor and a positive outlook towards the future. Taking its inspiration from Voltaire's Candide, The Flash of Midnight recounts the sexual escapades of a young woman who steadfastly believes that real love is just around the corner, never imagining that in June of 1969 she will become the spark that ignites a sexual revolution at a small Greenwich Village bar called the Stonewall Inn.

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Robert Armin has written and/or directed more than a dozen plays and musicals in New York City including "What Makes Sammy Run?," "Harlan Ellison's Mortal Dreads," "Sheva, the Benevolent," "Madly in Love," "The Male Animal," "Side By Side By Seymour Glick" and "Say, Darling." In 2007, he served as Artistic Director of the Blairstown Theater Festival in Blairstown, New Jersey where his play, "Letters From the Inside," was selected by the Star-Ledger as one of the five best new plays of the 2006/2007 New Jersey theater season.In 2004, he was honored by the Women's Conference Committee of the Screen Actor's Guild and the Crime Victims Treatment Center at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City for his ground-breaking work as the first man in the Hospital's rape crisis volunteer advocate program."The Flash of Midnight" is his first novel.
Published June 22, 2011 by Moreclacke Publishing. 289 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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