AUTHOR: Linda Crawford
PUBLISHER: Charles Scriberner’s Sons New York
In a Class By Herself
by Linda Crawford
Evelyn Girard is in a class by herself. at twenty-seven, she’s. successful reporter and interviewer of the famous for New York newspaper. She’s intelligent, attractive, and, in her mother’s eyes, leading a glamorous, enviable life. Evelyn Girard is also an alcoholic.
This is the story of one year of her life — a story of degradation, of violence, of sexual encounters with men who humiliate and brutalize her, and of her female lover, also an alcoholic, who can’t help her. It’s a year in which Evelyn Girard views her own plight with pain and perceptive humor, fights, fails, and understands the need to save herself.
A main character (Evelyn) is attracted and pursues relationships with people of multiple genders.