Wolsey, Serge G. Call House Madam: The Story of the Career of Madam Beverly Davis as told to Serge G. Wolsey
New York Paperback Library 1963 Mass Market Paperback Very Good
Illustrated by Brillhart, Ralph [cover]
Spine slightly slanted/creased, minor edgewear. Text is clean and unmarked.
"This is the true, frank and factual story of Beverly Davis, madam to the richest, the most glamorous, the most sophisticated, the most famous, and the most select men - and women - of American society. In the most palatial bordellos the world has ever seen, for the highest fees ever charged for such services, Madam Davis offered her clients the best that money could buy in pleasure. Hollywood star, bored socialite, male or female, homosexual or lesbian, it made no difference who, what, or which her customers were. Sex was her business. And any and every variety known or imagined could be purchased at her place of business. . . . This fascinating woman tells the whole eye-opening story of her life as a call-house madam."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall