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Original Booklists: Set in Maine
The books enrolled here are set altogether or part in actual or imaginary places in the government of Maine. Cozy perplexity series featuring New York textile deviser Avery Baker, who inherits her aunt's old pine tree state cottage, moves to Maine to arouse it, and finds a new procession course of action in habitation renovation. They're in alphabetised order by author, with tie to author entries on the Maine Writers indicant at the Maine country Library, if applicative (not all books set in Maine are written by me authors). peculiar assist to Bill Bauer for accession to his well-annotated finding list of books with Maine settings; this listing would be much smaller without his help.
New Arrivals - All Fiction
It's 1993 and Paul Polydoris tends bar at the only gay clubhouse in a university town thrumming with politics and partying. When fate brings Kayla and Betsy together, sole one female offspring faculty survive. He studies shady theory, has a lesbian best friend, makes zines, and is a flâneur with a well-heeled dating life. Oscillating wildly from Riot Grrrl to animal skin cub, Women's Studies leading to trade, Paul transforms his gathering at volition in a series of adventures that take him from ia City to Boystown to Provincetown and finally to San Francisco--a move done the deep queer collection of struggle and pleasure. Concludes the story of psychic Omega Cass and her regnant Alpha twin, Zach, on a dystopian group troubled for equality 'tween a retroflex government and its oppressed grouping centuries after a midpoint apocalypse. Andrea Lawlor's debut original offers a curious history of aboriginal '90s identity profession during the blossom of ACT UP and strange Nation. When Adah bat Shallum finds the governor of patriarch weeping over the crumbling geological formation of Jerusalem, she learns the reason for Nehemiah's unannounced visit--God has called him to make the wall around the City of David.