Book: Where the Boys Are by Hilary Westcategories: Book, Boys, Fiction, Murder, Mystery, Girls, Albie-Hugwoman, Barbos, Sapphire, Renting, Escorts, The-Game, Prostitution
Hilary Westabout this book: 'Where the Boys are' is possibly a controversial book, dealing as it does with child abuse and child prostitution. Having said that it is very much a fun book, so you can see already it is maybe something of a hybrid. With characters like Doggs Cox, Albie Hugwoman and Sister Seraphina, you will be transported to another world, a world in which the rules are very different. Boys are being introduced to trade and Hayden and Ariel are there to welcome them.
Sapphire, a female escort, knows all about boys and we ask ourselves is it this fact gets her murdered? But then when others fall prey to the same fate questions must be asked. How murky is this game? How many must be taken? With a comedic slant then, this book is a mixed blessing, but full of mystery and suspense, it certainly delivers.I would recommend you read this book if only to be taken into another dark and mysterious world. You will not be disappointed by the colours you will find there.
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