Books by Rachel Pollack

A SECRET WOMAN by Rachel Pollack
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: April 15, 2002

"Still, hardcore mystery fans may feel shortchanged."
Detectives Simon Goldtree and Frank Garrowey fall easily into a solid good-cop/bad-cop routine. Read full book review >
GODMOTHER NIGHT by Rachel Pollack
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 9, 1996

"Tender and disturbing, down-to-earth and wildly inventive, this complex novel shows Pollack to be one of our best fantasists."
While this begins as a depiction of modern lesbian life, it grows inexorably into a magical exploration of the deepest roots of life and death. Read full book review >
TEMPORARY AGENCY by Rachel Pollack
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 1, 1994

"Pollack (Unquenchable Fire, 1992, etc.) turns the world on its spiritual head, offering an alternative view of the matters in which the government, however spiritualized, is still not to be trusted."
Ellen Pierson's worst fears are realized when her cousin Paul's true love, the operator of a temp agency down the hall, turns out to be one of the Malignant Ones, a host of supernatural beings who torment humans in this post-revolutionary world (the Benign Ones aid humans). Read full book review >
UNQUENCHABLE FIRE by Rachel Pollack
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: May 29, 1992

"Despite the beguiling, often witty details, Pollack (The New Tarot—not reviewed) overloads the book."
An intricate feminist/New Age fantasy, set in the near future, throws an ordinary young woman into the center of a mythic drama: she is to be a postmodern Mary, immaculately conceiving a feminine savior who'll restore the spirit of a revolution gone sour. Read full book review >