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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Published June 22, 2011
by Moreclacke Publishing.
History, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian.