Tell Me What You Like: An Alison Kaine Mystery

Tell Me What You Like An Alison Kaine Mystery In this provocative mystery a lesbian cop enters a world of leather dykes to investigate a murder outside a Denver women s bar Author Kate Allen doesn t back down from sensitive issues in this seriou

  • Title: Tell Me What You Like: An Alison Kaine Mystery
  • Author: Kate Allen
  • ISBN: 9780934678483
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tell Me What You Like: An Alison Kaine Mystery

    In this provocative mystery, a lesbian cop enters a world of leather dykes to investigate a murder outside a Denver women s bar Author Kate Allen doesn t back down from sensitive issues in this serious, slyly humorous novel of a new lesbian crime solver.

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    One thought on “Tell Me What You Like: An Alison Kaine Mystery

    1. Adam Windsor

      This is a solid lesbian-themed mystery novel. I liked the flawed characters and the banter between them. The mystery hangs together pretty well. I must admit that stumbling across the unexpectedly graphic S&M sex scene while I was on the bus to work was a mite disconcerting, though!

    2. Christie Ward

      Officer Alison Kaine has been a lesbian a while. She came out and grew up in an atmosphere of women's collectives, political correctness, and so forth. So when she meets a very feminine, sexy stranger, she's a little uptight when she finds out her new love interest is a professional dominatrix. At work, Mistress Anastacia at work stays legal, topping with no sexual contact, so Alison's cop side doesn't have anything to complain about, but when its her girlfriend Stacy, Alison has to deal with th [...]

    3. Em Stevens

      I loved this book. The suspense was there, the cast of characters was well fleshed out, and the protagonist was both flawed and likeable. The sex? Off the charts.

    4. Megan

      From a few things I had read about her books, I expected Kate Allen to write about “big tough butches in leather jackets they never took off.” In fact, that’s exactly what Officer Allison Kaine thought when she found herself in a bar full of leather-clad lesbians. What she discovers (and what I discovered) is that leather dykes range anywhere between “packing” ultra-butches and submissive lipstick lesbians. Some are lawyers, some work in animal shelters, some may even be police officer [...]

    5. Rivqa

      This is a very cute mystery with some great characters and delightful humour. It's interesting to look back on lesbian fiction that's now more than 20 years old; things have changed, and they haven't. At times, I found the writing style uneven, but on the whole this hit the right notes.Small content note: there's an undercurrent of biphobia in this book, which is as expected as it is distressing (at least for me). There's also anti-BDSM sentiment, but this is dealt with in the context of the sto [...]

    6. Mary

      The Alison Kaine mysteries (and the two related Marta Goicochea mysteries) were among publisher New Victoria's finest genre offerings in the 1990s. I'm surprised they are not more popular--they're very well written, with a nice balance between angst, social comedy, and sexiness. This is the first book in the series. Alison is a Denver police officer, her new girlfriend Stacy is a pillar of the Denver S/M community, and their adventures are firmly embedded in a fully described Denver dyke communi [...]

    7. Lesley

      It's probably around three and half stars really: the mystery part struck me as a bit weak, but I'd mark it up for the depiction of community, particular period, characters and relationships, etc. I remember that I read and enjoyed these ten or so years ago, but don't remember all that much about them. Don't think I started then with this one, which is the first in the series.

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