"There aren't many subjects more titilating than good old fashioned whoring." (The Weekly Alibi, Albuquerque)
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Could not put this book down! I wish I could have met Madam Millie!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was expecting a biography -- this is really more of a memoir (which the author acknowledges in the afterword). Read morePublished 5 months ago by Motorlegs
I remember Millie and Wendel very well as I was from the Silver City area. I did not know about her past as she never talked about that. She was a very nice ladyPublished 7 months ago by chasqui
Millie is a great adventure story of girl from the East who gets off a train in New Mexico and sees opportunity in prostitution. In a short time she becomes a madam in Silver City. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Richard Hall
Intrigue, surprise, awe of how really intelligent and determined Millie was, respect for her fierce loyalty to friends, benevolence to those down and out.Published 11 months ago by Hat finder
Mildred Cusey was a well-known woman in Silver City, NM not only because of her charity work, but because she ran several successful bordellos until they were shut down in the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by theblackdog