Created by Mary Wings
A former publicist and ex-leftie, EMMA VICTOR is one
of the best, as well as one of the longest-lasting lesbian sleuths
to make their debut in the eighties. She made her debut in 1987
with She Came Too Late, in which, suffering from burnout,
she takes a job working a women's hot line in Boston, and soon
gets wrapped in a murder case. As the series progresses, it becomes
obvious to Emma that she has a knack for this kind of thing, and
she soon has her P.I. license, and a new beat: the streets of
San Francisco. And don't let the burnout fool ya--Emma's as tough
as they come. Even Harriett Klausner is impressed. She calls Emma
"a mix of compassion
Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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