Police Ladies

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Random House, Feb 29, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Deep in the Scottish Highlands a curious training academy teaches young women how to pound a beat. Young miscreant Jean Welsh hopes to quell her submissive, promiscuous sexuality by donning their strict uniform. Instruction in the use of restraints, training in the art of flagellation and practical experience in the special use of truncheons characterise the Glenlassie approach to police training - but the recruits are solely being siphoned off by a nearby pony-girl training establishment and a unique medical clinic.

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Yolanda Celbridge is an English author who speaks six languages, translates French literature, travels exhaustively, and currently writes from a hammock in Thailand.

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