Published in January 2012, the McCoy's Guide to the Working Ladies of London No.1 runs to 272 pages and includes ladies operating everywhere inside the M25 from Watford to Dartford, from Staines to Hornchurch, from Epsom to Chigwell. Furthermore it boasts 594 entries mainly individual working ladies, but also including a few working couples, working twosomes and submissives and switches.
There are plenty of entries from all parts of Greater London with almost half the entries relating to Central London, roughly the former congestion charge area as extended by Ken Livingstone, almost sixty pages devoted to inner London, i.e. those parts of the capital outside Central London, but postally London, e.g. Fulham, Hendon, Bethnal Green or Streatham, almost fifty pages devoted to Outer London, e.g. Bromley, Croydon, Enfield, Harrow, Ilford or Kingston-upon-Thames and the final nineteen pages devoted to places just outside London, but inside the M25 such as Chigwell, Dartford, Staines or Watford.
Extensively researched, every entry which are all star rated, features contact details, over 99% of the time at least one phone number, as well as details of the ladies, their principle place of work or location, prices, availability, description, as well as extensive comments on their reputation, any distinctive features of the ladies and the services they are prepared to provide and how well one can expect be treated by them.
This is a must have book if you live in London or visit it regularly and enjoy the company of working ladies.