By Edith Reynolds,John Murray
By The Editors of People
By Jayme Lynn Blaschke
By Jermaine Atkins
By Jemeker Thompson-Hairston,David Ritz
By Bethany Granholm
By Annika Cleeve
Mattress Actress is the tale of Annika Cleeve's eighteen years as a intercourse worker.
Her youth in Queensland resulted in operating in a brothel at the Sunshine Coast on the age of fifteen, and from there Annika labored her means as much as the high-end parlours, enterprises and personal paintings in a number of elements of Australia and internationally.
In this publication Annika unearths the reality of a intercourse employees lifestyles; the consumers, the
girls, the parlour bosses, the scam retailers, the drug deaths, the white slavery, the discrimination, the corrupt police and politicians, the unique trip and the money.
Mattress Actress is a revealing and gutsy examine anyone practicing the world's oldest career within the past due 20th century. From wide-eyed blameless to skilled and winning expert, Annika's tale is either surprising and hugely entertaining.
"Annika Cleeve isn't her genuine identify yet this is often her genuine tale: a uncooked and sincere account of existence within the uncooked as a brand new recruit to the oldest profession." – Andrew Rule
Also released as Eve: Confessions of a global name woman by Monsoon Books
By Christopher Deon Gattis
By Paulette Frankl,Deke Castleman,Gerry Spence
His trials have garnered him acclaim as one of many maximum criminal-defense attorneys of the century. He’s the white twister in courtroom, a semantic samurai, a shaman, a bard, a hero to a couple, a trickster to others, and regularly a strength to be reckoned with, revered by way of all.
Lust For Justice--The Radical lifestyles and legislations of J. Tony Serra is a no-holds-barred exam of the fellow, his renegade way of life, his resolute ideals, and the criminal method he serves and transforms. jam-packed with murder,drugs, and death-penalty circumstances, snitches, the mental parts of crime, the nullification of and nexus with juries, last arguments, and extra, Lust For Justice pulls the black gown off the justice method to bare what it truly is: a railroad to felony for minorities.
Author-artist Paulette Frankl Tony Serra out and in of the court for greater than a decade to catch in phrases and pictures this guy, who embodies justice and drama at their best.
In Lust for Justice, you view the legislations throughout the eyes of 1 of its maximum practitioners -- and you’ll by no means examine it a similar method again.
By Cheri L. Farnsworth