by Janet Hogan Chapman
Imagine working on your family history and finding out that your grandmother was a Madam in the early 1900’s, was addicted to morphine, AND was on trial for murder! That is what happened to the author. She found out that her grandmother had an early life that she never knew of. May left her home in rural Georgia to go to Atlanta. She had tenacity and did what she had to do to survive. She does eventually find love but her happiness is short lived. The saga of Madam May is one that you will not be able to put down.