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Blondes Don't Have All The Fun

Author: Lawrence, Julie
Publisher: Paperback Library (1967)
Binding: Paperback
Synopsis: This is an autobiography by one of the highest-paid call-girls in America.

 "My name is Julie.  If you cna afford me, call AC 2-0098."
 As soon as her "ad" began appearing on the walls of Los Angeles' most glamorous nightspots, Julie Lawrence was launched on her career as one of the highest-paid call-girls in America.
 Young, sensual, exotically beautiful, Julie found that being different was an asset---not a liability.  The richest, most successful white politicians and actors found her bronze beauty added spice to their excitement and pleasure.
 Blondes Don't Have All The Fun is Julie's own candid story of her special contribution to integration and race relations-two causes to which she gave her all!
Notes: Paperback Library, 2nd printing,  1970 (2)
Warner Books, pb, 1973



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