Calling all women, trans women, and genderqueer people of the Rainbow community! Are you looking for friends to discuss The L Word reboot with? Perhaps a friend to watch a Cameron Esposito comedy special or women's soccer game?
Then you are in the right place! Lez Meet Up! is a fun safe group for any queer women interested in a wide spectrum of activities - from food to entertainment to outdoor recreation!
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Book: "The Best Bad Things" by Katrina Carrasco
It is 1887, and Alma Rosales is on the hunt for stolen opium. Trained in espionage by the Pinkerton Detective Agency—but dismissed for bad behavior and a penchant for going undercover as a man—Alma now works for Delphine Beaumond, the seductive mastermind of a West Coast smuggling ring.
When product goes missing at their Washington Territory outpost, Alma is tasked with tracking the thief and recovering the drugs. In disguise as the scrappy dockworker Jack Camp, this should be easy—once she muscles her way into the local organization, wins the trust of the magnetic local boss and his boys, discovers the turncoat, and keeps them all from uncovering her secrets. All this, while sending coded dispatches to the circling Pinkerton agents to keep them from closing in.
Alma’s enjoying her dangerous game of shifting identities and double crosses as she fights for a promotion and an invitation back into Delphine’s bed. But it’s getting harder and harder to keep her cover stories straight and to know whom to trust. One wrong move and she could be unmasked: as a woman, as a traitor, or as a spy.
A propulsive, sensual tour de force, The Best Bad Things introduces Katrina Carrasco, a bold new voice in crime fiction.
We will be meeting in Meeting Room #2 (the Crane Room) at Noel Wien Library.
We will be discussing what we thought about the book (likes, dislikes, and general thoughts). The meeting will be unstructured (no agenda) so that the conversation can flow in whatever direction we want to take it in.
Please read the book before the meeting. You may bring the book if you wish but it is not required. Having the book with you may make it easier to reference sections.