An exhilarating story from the author who mainstreamed lesbian pulp fiction.
When Mary Drew and Martha meet at a posh school in England, the connection is instantaneous. Both are lonely in the new space and both spend their days stuck inside their vivid imaginations, so it's no surprise that they began a passionate and intense relationship. But such passion leads to their ultimate downfall, ruin...and murder.
Vin Packer, a pen name for Marijane Meaker, is credited for the creation of the lesbian pulp fiction drama. Her stories hold no judgement on her characters, even if every other character in her novels look down upon the protagonist. Evil Friendship showcases her talent for writing characters in gay relationships, who have complex issues and difficult relationships. And no ending is neat and tidy.
Vin Parker is a pen name for Marijane Meaker, who has also written books under the names Mary James, Ann Aldrich, and M.E. Kerr. She is credited for creating the lesbian pulp fiction drama, but she also writes mystery, crime, nonfiction, and young adult fiction. She is the author of numerous books, including Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack!, If I Love You, Am I Trapped Forever?, Deliver Us from Evie?, and Slap Your Sides.