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The Sex Squad

by David Leddick

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 031224326X, Paperback)

In the 1950's, seventeen-year old Harry Potter moves to Greenwich Village, NY to pursue a career as a ballet dancer. Professionally, he finds a place as a chorus dancer at the old Metropolitan Opera house and becomes a member of the "Sex Squad" --those chorus dancers well built enough to carry off the skimpy costumes in Aida. Personally, he quickly becomes the focul point in a tempestuous, complicated love triangle with two of his fellow dancers. Torn between passion and his true love--dancing--Harry must come to a decision about whom he loves, who he is, and what he is willing to sacrifice for the world of ballet.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:00 -0400)

In the world of 1950s New York, a young ballet chorus dancer is torn between the two men he is involved with and his one true passion--dance.

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