Somebody’s Daughter

Phonse Jessome

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ISBN: 9781551091747

Somebody’s Daughter

  Author:   Phonse Jessome    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

First released in 1996, Somebody’s Daughter takes us inside the lives of real players in Canada’s prostitution game. This book is about what we don’t know about prostitution and perhaps what we don’t want to know; what goes on inside that violent underworld know as The Game, and who the girls in the tight skirts really are. Author and reporter Phonse Jessome traces the short careers of several young girls actively recruited by pimps and describes the anti-pimping efforts of law enforcers who work to get teenage girls out the The Games and off the streets.

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ISBN associated with this title:9781551091747
Item NB0316
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published onJanuary 1 1996
Language eng
Pages 215
Format Paperback
Dimensions9(in) x 6(in)
Shipping weight360(g)
Status ACTIVE TITLE
Phonse Jessome is an award­winning Canadian Journalist and bestselling author. He has covered some of the biggest stories in Canada and abroad over the past thirty­five years. His book Murder at McDonald's was lauded as one of Canada's best true crime titles. Somebody's Daughter takes readers inside the deadly world of human trafficking. Phonse lives in Halifax, where he is now taking decades of experience covering crime into the field of crime fiction.