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Along every highway, motels and tourist cabins offer wonderfully convenient privacy for sin-bent youngsters—cheating couples—men on the make and women on the take. Here is a fearless book that deeply probes certain less savory aspects of catering to the automobile trade—and reveals the reactions of unwary girls to the motel’s temptations. 

Such a young girl was Cleo Boyd, who came fresh from the farm to work in one of these roadside establishments. She was ordered to do more than make beds. Ruby Wilson, who operated the place, expected Cleo to comfort lonely male guests. It was good for business—and Cleo desperately needed cash! 

Motel Girls by Orrie Hitt

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