my struggle with trash a UC Berkeley

I wrote a letter to the editor at East Bay Express and one reporter said it was worth a feature. Here it is. Click on the title.


Bordello Politique

(Click the title to sample the first few chapters or purchase the ebook for $2.99)

There is only one mob in San Francisco. The police. - Dolly Fine


San Francisco Examiner lists 135 long-established house of prostitution

San Francisco Examiner lists 135 long-established houses of prostitution in the city.
Was your house once a brothel? Is your house on the list?

The San Francisco Examiner reported in March 1937 that private investigator Edwin Atherton, hired by the city to investigate police graft, delivered a list of 135 long-term brothels, called "resorts," to the Grand Jury investigation police corruption, finding bordellos in neighborhoods from South of Market to North Beach. 

Read the story of the police investigation and the fall of the House of McDonough in the new historical novel, "Bordello Politique," based on the true story of Dolly Fine, San Francisco's most notorious madam.

Sample the eBook, Bordello Politique; smashwords.com/books/view/106571
Background on the 1937 investigation; Dolly Fine.com (under construction)
by Hank Chapot hchapot@igc.org