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In 1948, Nina Weiss, a snobby college girl from Scarsdale, goes to Hollywood to work at her uncle's movie studio. She is assigned to help publicize a young actress named Stella Kane. Nina is immediately thrown into the maelstrom of the declining studio system and repressive fifties Hollywood....
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A man arrested by a Vice Squad cop decides to get revenge when he gets out of prison. This was the first angry gay protest novel (Putnam, 1971). REVIEWS: Something You Do in the Dark  . . . is a real novel, not a political tract. It deals convincingly and powerfully with the persecution of a...