Breaking My Silence: Confessions of a Rat Pack Party Girl and Sex-Trade Survivor

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Gusty and heart-wrenching, "Breaking My Silence: Confessions of a Rat Pack Party Girl and Sex-Trade Survivor" narrates the bold truth about author Jane McCormick and her abusive childhood, rape, prostitution, and inside stories as a Las Vegas high-class call girl during the 1960s. In this memoir, not only does she reveal her 1960s sexcapades with Frank, Dean, Peter, Vic, Sam, Arnold, Jerry, Bill, and other celebrities, she also details her molestation by an abusive stepfather and the too-young marriage that led to her addiction to the big money of high-roller prostitution in Las Vegas. She survived a dangerous abortion, silicone injection, years of pill popping, and the harassment of her abusive "old man." She talks about the realities of prostitution-how she got there and how she got out.McCormick tells her story not to titillate, but to help younger women decide not to enter prostitution, to show them that getting out is harder than getting in, and to give hope for escape to those already on the prowl.

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I will never forget the child in this book, I have never known what it must be like to be so abused as a small child. I will remember the talks about all the movie star's in this great book. Read full review

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