Tony Booth’s new book, Hitler’s Harlots, will tell for the first time the true story of the Berlin-based brothel Salon Kitty and what went on between the sheets, behind its closed doors. However, this house of ill repute came with a twist. Butcher of Prague Reinhard Tristan Heydrich said, ‘…In such an atmosphere, the most rigid diplomat might be induced to unbend and reveal useful information’. He was right. The Salon Kitty became his pet project where a beautiful receptive girl could elicit more information out of a man much quicker than any SS or Gestapo torture chamber could achieve.
Prior to writing books, Tony developed a solid foundation as a freelance journalist, working for publications such as Flight International, Reuters and several medical magazines.