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Myra Panache's book of original stories, "Book 1: Short Stories" has been released.Titles include: "Ballin 4" "Downlow Escort" "Female Assassin" "Above Top Secret" "Inside The Life Of A

Myra Panache's book of original stories, "Book 1: Short Stories" has been released.Titles include: "Ballin 4" "Downlow Escort" "Female Assassin" "Above Top Secret" "Inside The Life Of A $1,000 Per Hour Call Girl" (Prequel to $20,000 Per Weekend Call Girl), "Female Seeking Female" (Personal Ad Nightmare) and "Experiments." To order, click on the following link, Book 1: Short Stories by Myra Panache on the side.Part of the failure here is no doubt the fault of co-writer Andrea Cagan, whose prose never rises above competent. In a couple of places in the book Grier notes that she’s a “private” person — which is, like much in the memoir, a significant understatement.

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Myra Panache's book of original stories, "Book 1: Short Stories" has been released.

Titles include: "Ballin 4" "Downlow Escort" "Female Assassin" "Above Top Secret" "Inside The Life Of A $1,000 Per Hour Call Girl" (Prequel to $20,000 Per Weekend Call Girl), "Female Seeking Female" (Personal Ad Nightmare) and "Experiments." To order, click on the following link, Book 1: Short Stories by Myra Panache on the side.

Part of the failure here is no doubt the fault of co-writer Andrea Cagan, whose prose never rises above competent. In a couple of places in the book Grier notes that she’s a “private” person — which is, like much in the memoir, a significant understatement.

Grier is not merely private; she is fiercely, even remorselessly, adamant about protecting her personal boundaries.

Grier, 60, revisits a career that took off in the early 1970s when she became blaxploitation cinema’s first female action hero.

She sprang to prominence again in Quentin Tarantino’s 1997 film, “Jackie Brown,” and she popped up in the 21st century in the groundbreaking Showtime television series “The L Word,” about the lives of lesbians.

Pryor got engaged to Mc Guire while he was dating Grier. He married Mc Guire later that year, when they returned from their honeymoon, he gave her his wallet and told her to 'shop till you drop.' The marriage lasted a year.

,000 Per Hour Call Girl" (Prequel to ,000 Per Weekend Call Girl), "Female Seeking Female" (Personal Ad Nightmare) and "Experiments." To order, click on the following link, Book 1: Short Stories by Myra Panache on the side.Part of the failure here is no doubt the fault of co-writer Andrea Cagan, whose prose never rises above competent. In a couple of places in the book Grier notes that she’s a “private” person — which is, like much in the memoir, a significant understatement.

“I refused to be the one to read the letter and stir the pot — a decision I regret to this day.” Again, I’m not judging — these are incredibly difficult choices, made under extreme duress, and I don’t think anyone but Grier is in a position to decide whether she did the right thing, or whether there was even a right thing to do.

Abdul-Jabbar, while possessed of many fine qualities, seems to have been a controlling asshole.

Similarly, Richard Pryor was, clearly, one of the most catastrophic train wrecks of the decade, if not the century. Today blurb on the back of Foxy declares “Pam Grier is a survivor.” When you read that, you think of her fierce characters in Coffy or Foxy Brown — fighters who took on incredible odds and beat the system.

And Foxy: My Life in Three Acts certainly is affecting in parts.

As the father of a six-year-old, I found Grier’s account of being raped at that age actually nauseating.

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