Rynor House is a story about the life of a prostitute, Stacy Rynor. Spanning the years 1900-1960, she loves and marries a Navy Captain who's service duties cause him to abandon her constantly. Filled with loneliness and boredom, she pursues the only profession she knows. In the cities where his ship is stationed, New Orleans, San Francisco and Honolulu, she opens and operates houses of pleasure that eventually amass her a fortune. Through two world wars and other conflicts she struggles through adversities and establishments that insist on closing her Bordellos. Rynor House is fiction based on fact that tells of the hard times of street prostitutes and of the great pleasure palaces of yesteryear. Mr. Bartlett is a retired fisherman who spent most of his life in the Bering Sea area of southwest Alaska. He now resides in a small town in Arizona. To date he has written this novel another novel and a series of children's books, as yet unpublished. The women he met who worked the long hard hours in the salmon canneries and walked the streets at night to support their families inspired him to write the novel Rynor House.
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Book Description PublishAmerica, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # INGM9781456087623