Madam Fannie Porter runs the best bordello in Texas. Just ask the outlaws she harbored and entertained for the weekend—Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch.
But when the gang rides off, Sadie, her best soiled dove, is left unhinged.
While the Pinkerton Detective Agency remains in hot pursuit of the outlaws, the Women’s Christian Temperance Union plans a town rally against alcohol and prostitution.
Neither is good news for Miss Fannie.
First, she will never give up a client. Second, while pondering the upcoming temperance powwow, she relies on her business savvy. She forbids her girls from attending the meeting and hires a pianist, the talented, yet virtuous, Meta, to keep the customers coming.
When a temperance woman is found murdered, Sadie becomes the key suspect. Now, Miss Fannie and Meta must discover the truth before the WCTU—or the killer—nails the red door, or another coffin, shut.
Set at the turn of the twentieth century, The Last Bordello is not only a who-dun-it. It is a reminder that, while ladies of the night struggled for survival, Suffragettes fought for a better life for all women. The Last Bordello depicts the struggle from both sides.
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