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We two won't last

We Two Won't Last front cover. The background color, a dark pink, occupies most of the image. Two women appear, small and centered, between two words of the book's title. One is a brunette on a chair, and she sits with her bowed head and her knees pointed to the right and her torso turned sharply to her right, facing the reader. Both of her hands grasp the edge of the chair, towards her back, and they face the reader. She wears a brown dress with a round, white collar. Another woman, a redhead, stands behind her, to her left, partially covered by her and the chair. She is facing left of the reader, in profile, with her head bowed, and she wears a dress and high heels. She looks pregnant. The scene is lit from the top right of the image, casting shadows.
Journalistic portraits of lesbian subcultures in and around New York

We walk alone

We Walk Alone front cover. The bottom two-thirds of the cover contains an outdoors scene with a blond woman in the foreground, right of the image. Her back is facing the reader and she is seen from her calves up, wearing a satin nightgown, its top part lowered to her lower back, exposing most of her back and her shoulders. Through the garment, her bare skin is seen, on buttocks and legs. Her back is arched to her front left, head bowed and also turned to her left. Her arms are in front of her, almost invisible to the reader. Her hair is long and wavy and is seen hanging in front of her left shoulder. In the background of the image, the sky with many clouds can be seen, partially covering a mountain. Directly in front of the woman trees can also be seen, and a marble or stone gazebo surrounded by more trees and by haze. The top third of the cover has a yellow background with the title and description.
Journalistic portraits of lesbian subcultures in and around New York

Marriage (The)

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No lesbian content. The narrators are a lesbian and a gay man who married in order to pass as straight. They tell the story of a married couple who belatedly discover that they are siblings.

Women in the shadows

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Race passing and passing for straight underscore the interrelationship tensions among Laura, Jack, Beebo, and Tris in 1950s New York.

Either is love

Either is Love front cover. The image is occupied mostly by a brunette seen from her chest up, her face centred, and slightly tilted to her left. Her hair has a widow's peak and it is brushed upwards and towards the back; Her two hands are hugging the trunk of a tree in front and to the left of her, her left hand above her right hand facing the reader to the right of the image. She leans her head slightly against the trunk with the left side of her face, gazing downwards towards her left. She is wearing a black, swing coat with a V-neck. Behind her, a forested landscape is seen, apparently lit by moonlight. The image is set over a gray background that shows at the top.
After the death of her husband, the narrator revisits the letters she wrote to him confessing her romantic relationship with another woman before they met.

Whisper of love

Whisper of Love front cover. The cover has a bluish-green background with a smaller rectangle to the bottom right, which contains an image of two women—a blonde with long hair and a brunette with short hair. The blonde is in the foreground and only her head and part of her left arm are visible. She is wearing a purple blouse with a round neckline and pleated, short sleeves. Her body is at a three-quarter angle facing left of the reader, and her head is turned to her left and down, as well as her eyes. Her left arm is bent and part of her hand is visible, lifted to her neck, which carries a necklace. The brunette is behind her, to the right of the reader, and is wearing a white blouse with buttons and a collar, and black pants or skirt with a black belt with a brass, square buckle. Her head is bowed and turned to her left, eyes looking down. Her left hand is on the blonde's left shoulder. The scene is lit from the top-right, in diffused light.
A marriage of convenience between Avery Lawes and Lisa Sheridan fails to offer the refuge they hoped it would.

Twilight lovers

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A paperback original. This book was published as a mass-market paperback without a hardcover printing.

Third sex syndrome (The)

The Third Sex Syndrome front cover. A woman with long, pink wavy hair undresses (or dresses) in view of the reader. She is wearing panties. Her right arm covers her breasts as she removes (or puts on) her lower garment. In the background, a blond short-haired woman in an orange halter top and dark capri pants reclines on a white bed watching the woman in the foreground.
Sharon's affair with Leda allows her to work out her childhood traumas

Two of a kind

Frank finds himself torn between his boss Lana and young Gloria after he accepts work on a farm.
A paperback original. This book was published as a mass-market paperback without a hardcover printing.

Twilight girl

Twilight Girl front cover: Over a red, textured background, a bed with white sheets is placed sideways to the reader, at the bottom of the image. A pillow is placed on it, to the right of the reader. A blond woman with short, curly hair sits on the bed facing the reader, her body at a three-quarter angle facing right. Her legs are crossed under the knees and are at a diagonal angle, bare feet pointing out toward the left of the image. She wears a white slip and a white, strapless brassiere. Her right hand is placed over her chest as she leans on her left arm, which stretches out toward the pillow. Her head is slightly tilted to her right, and she looks down with a serious expression on her face. Behind the bed stands a brunette with short hair and bangs, to the far right of the image. She is wearing a black negligee and stands at a three-quarter angle facing left of the image. Her right arm is bent at the elbow; forearm placed over her stomach. Her left arm is also bent, elbow on her right hand stretched-out fingers, and a cigarette is lit in her hand, fingers bent and pointing upwards. She is looking down at the blonde with a stern expression, head raised slightly. The scene is lit from the top left, casting a shadow to the side of the bed facing the reader.
Lorraine ‘Lon’ Harris explores the Los Angeles lesbian bar scene.