Rotary Spokes by Fiona Cooper

cover of the book Rotary SpokesRotary Spokes by Fiona Cooper
Genre: Fiction
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Published: 1988
Publisher: Brilliance Books
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Format: Paperback
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No. of Pages: 254
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ISBN: 9780946189229
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The story of a 6’4′ lesbian motorcycle mechanic in a no-horse town in Middle America. It traces, with humour, how she comes to terms with her sexual nature, its effect on her neighbours and her ensuing search for company of similar inclination. — ‘Rotary Spokes, motorbike mechanic and six-foot-something blonde in black leather, discovers there’s more to life that her `don’t-blink-else-you’ll-miss-it’ town of Normal. From the awakening of self-awareness and the naiveté of first love to the realisation of the religious bigotry surrounding her, Rotary finds a new way of life. She, her Guardian Angel and the extraordinary women she meets along the way engage in a series of adventures both funny and moving on their journeys in seach of freedom, true love and womanpower. First published in 1989, Fiona Cooper’s debut novel established her as a gifted, empathetic and outrageous writer who knew about life on the edges. ‘
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