Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl

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HarperCollins UK, Feb 29, 2012 - Fiction - 288 pages
7 Reviews

A sexy, page-turning novel written by a real-life, Manhattan call girl. The naughtiest read: Mischief Books.

This is the diary of Nancy Chan, busy career girl, in her thirties, newly engaged and trying to balance job and romance. But Nancy is a high-class call girl, a fact her banker fiancÚ, Matt does not know (he thinks she’s a copy editor) and Nancy wants to keep it that way.

With one foot in the bedrooms of her rich and demanding clients and one in the world of her fiancÚ and his family, Nancy demonstrates, in her inimitable fashion, that if you know the dance, you can keep those two worlds from colliding. At least for a while.

 

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User Review  - aBohemian1 - LibraryThing

For most of this book I really enjoyed the story - however as it got near the 'end' the plot moved too fast and ended unclearly (as in there were plot holes because things moved so quickly). Read full review

THE DIARY OF A MANHATTAN CALL GIRL

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

An avowedly autobiographical debut novel based heavily on Quan's erstwhile column for Salon ("Nancy Chan": July 1999 to February 2000).Narrator Nancy decided at age 10 that she wanted to be a ... Read full review

Contents

Menage a Quoi?
1
Through the Hooking Glass
22
MauMauing the Flatbackers
54
Origin of My Species
76
The Folks Who Live on the Hill
93
As Above So Below
107
ohns and Lovers
122
One of the Girls
143
A Hookers Home Is Her Castle
170
Only Collect
185
Hetero Doxy
198
Origins Again The Sex of Money 2 12
212
The Bad Seed
226
InLaws and Outlaws
240
Turn of the Century
268
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About the author (2012)

Tracy Quan lives in Manhattan and this is her first novel.

Tracy first wrote about Nancy Chan in a highly successful column on Salon.com.

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