The Sordid Secrets of Las Vegas: Over 500 Seedy, Sleazy, and Scandalous Mysteries of Sin City

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Adams Media, Dec 18, 2010 - Travel - 224 pages
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Whether this is your first or fiftieth visit, you'd be surprised at how much of the city's mystique you can miss while you're pulling slots until dawn. From getting comped at a casino every time to finding the best stripper to teach you how to pole dance, you'll learn all of the hidden magic that permeates this incredible city in this tell-all handbook. You'll also get an insider's take on:

  • How to get invited to the Fetish and Fantasy Ball
  • Why you shouldn't drink the water in Vegas
  • Where to have a $5,000 lunch
  • Where to find the world's biggest topless pool
  • Who's been blacklisted by the Gaming Control Board

Organized according to the seven deadly sins, the hidden gems in this book are your key to uncovering the dirty secrets of Sin City!

 

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This was an enjoyable, quick read - it got a little old or repetitive near the end. Essentially a collection of facts about Sin City, the book groups the "secrets" by the seven deadly sins, but I ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Quentin Parker is an experienced journalist and teacher. He is the author of several books, including Welcome to Horneytown. He lives in North Carolina.

Paula Munier is a veteran writer, editor, and publishing executive. The founding editor of Las Vegas Weekly, she's also the author of several books, including Fixing Freddie, Hot Flash Haiku, Yes, You Can!, and 101 Things You--and John McCain--Didn't Know about Sarah Palin. She lives in Boston and Las Vegas.

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