Now available as an audio book, Thomas Ray O’Brien of “Clueless Clyde” fame writes about some true life adventures among the “bad girls” of Costa Rica, sometimes his own, sometimes his friends, continuing his education in Costa Rica’s “pay for play” scene.
The tone of the book is generally light, although he doesn’t sugar-coat things when they go bad. Still, even with the loss of an occasional camera or whatnot, the reader gets the feeling that O’Brien wouldn’t have it any other way. Still, some of the episodes are cautionary tales, like “Jay and the Canadienne” or “Till Death Does She Part (with his Cash).”
Fun for the whole family? Well no, probably not your sister, mother, maiden aunt or your local man of the cloth. On the other hand, if you find “bad girls” alluring or even somewhat interesting, this book is for you.