Slave Girls

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Macmillan, Jun 15, 1996 - True Crime - 288 pages
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Secret prisoners behind closed doors, they were real-life Cinderellas-- with no hope of rescue. Nowhere to run...nowhere to hide...nowhere to turn...

Enter today's sordid world of slaves and masters, where innocent young girls are sold to the rich, and subjected to horrifying degradation.

Beautiful Laxmi was the servant of two Arab princesses who regularly beat her and even yanked out her gold teeth. Bleeding and hysterical, she escaped-- only to be returned to the evil sisters.

Helen was allowed two to four hours of sleep a night by the married couple who kept her. Rarely did a day pass that she wasn't slapped, kicked, punched, and beaten by this cruel doctor and his wife.

Marita was sold by her husband to his best friend as a sex slave. He forced her to endure horrific beatings-- often locked in wooden stocks.

Virtual captives in the mansions of the rich and famous, they risked their lives to tell their stories for the first time.

With 8 pages of revealing photos.

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About the author (1996)

Wensley Clarkson was one of Britain's most successful young journalists before leaving London for Los Angeles with his wife and four children in 1991-- an experience which inspired his book, A Year In La La Land. His other books include the tabloid expose, Dog Eat Dog, as well as numerous bestselling true crime books, including Hell Hath No Fury and Deadly Seduction. He has written biographies of actors Mel Gibson and Tom Cruise, as well as a highly acclaimed book about movie director Quentin Tarantino. He currently divides his time between homes in London and California. Slave Girls is his fourteenth book.

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