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A hooker. A mistress. A murder. This town was built on sin.
The town of Trinidad, Colorado was a tough place to be a woman in 1913. But it was the best place in the West to find one, if you had the cash.
Honeyville, they used to call it.
A murder throws Inez and Dora together – two women from opposite sides of town, in a town built for men. Against all odds, the well born girl and the high class hooker are drawn together in friendship…
But this is a town that is rotten to the core, and beyond the rustling of silk skirts, the dancing and laughter, deadly unrest is building…
Welcome to Honeyville – a town living by its own rules, where nothing is quite as it seems
A STORY INSPIRED BY A LOST CHAPTER IN AMERICAN HISTORY
‘Waugh brings this rather obscure corner of history to vivid, passionate life . . . Intelligent historical fiction at its best’ THE TIMES
‘Immensely readable’ GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Praise for Melting the Snow on Hester Street
‘unputdownable’ DAILY MAIL
"The delicately constructed plot keeps you guessing until the end … Waugh creates the early Hollywood world with verve and conviction in this taut, clever and moving novel" TLS
"dazzlingly evoked" Sunday Times
‘A lubricious new novel … period charm and sexual intrigue’ TATLER
‘A dizzy tale about greed, love, fame and money.’ **** HEAT
‘Gripping, glamorous and poignant, it’s a cracking tale that will keep you hooked from beginning to end’ HELLO!
‘Sunset Boulevard meets Nancy Mitford’ RED
‘This reminded me of Liza Klaussmann’s Tigers in Red Weather… a great companion piece for all the Gatsby fuss around this month… An absorbing, glamorous read.’ Viv Groskop, RED BOOK CLUB
‘gripping… powerful, evocative’ THE LADY
"Waugh blends fact and fiction in an intoxicating tale of life under the glittering veneer of Tinsel Town" Daily Record
Praise for Last Dance with Valentino
‘a gripping, bittersweet love story’ SUNDAY TIMES
‘impeccably researched and beautifully-written’ DAILY MAIL
‘Daisy Waugh delivers her engaging tale with wit and a real lightness of touch’ LITERARY REVIEW
‘written in deft, engrossing prose, this story is dizzy with glamour and heartbreak’ EASY LIVING
‘Waugh weaves fact with fiction into a novel with glamour, tragedy and romance’ CHOICE
‘It’s intelligent, inventive and deliciously entertaining’ SAGA
About the author
Daisy Waugh is a journalist and travel writer. She has worked as an agony aunt and as a restaurant critic. She was a teacher at a girl’s school in Northern Kenya and has also written a weekly column from Los Angeles about her attempts to become a Hollywood scriptwriter. Daisy and her family of five live in London.