Lovers, Muggers & Thieves - A Boston Memoir

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Lovers, Muggers & Thieves, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 436 pages
In 1969, an eighteen-year-old college freshman accepted the job of a building superintendent inside Boston's notorious Combat Zone. He believed he had been given a free ride to independence and prosperity, but within a very short time discovered the ride was anything but free. Boston's adult entertainment district's seedy marquees of strip clubs, triple-X peep shows and adult bookstores have passed into history. The dancers, musicians, drug dealers, pimps and prostitutes that once dominated these streets come alive again and join a boy surrounded by a man's world. Lovers, Muggers & Thieves - A Boston Memoir brings you through a convergence of extraordinary events inside America's most infamous neighborhood in this entertaining journey of friendship flirting with the dark side.

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Jonathan Tudan was about as green as a blade of grass when, in 1969 at age 18, he found himself the Super of a grimy apartment building in Boston's Combat Zone. The area was notorious for adult ... Read full review

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