Camarin Grae. Slick (1990) 292 pp. [tpo]
A lesbian group is hosting a conference in San Francisco, at which the centerpiece will be the great and profoundly symbolic statue of the Winged Dancer. Given every assurance of secure passage, the South American home of the priceless golden statue has allowed its transport to America. But despite every precaution, the Winged Dancer is stolen. Held for ransom by a woman who calls herself Slick. Who is Slick? How did she manage to steal this sublime symbol to women? Where has she hidden it? The women must find her. Yet she mocks their every attempt to discover her...
Setting: San Francisco