Kathleen and the Priests
About the Book
‘Kathleen the Waif’, as she had become known was revered throughout Britain as the instigating inspiration for one of the World’s largest Charities. ‘White Angel’ caring for the poor. Was she a Saint or a sinner? --- A prostitute or prude? The clues are in these pages, it’s up to the reader to decide. She fled her childhood home at the age of sixteen after an attempted rape by her father. She prostituted herself for six months simply to survive. Her Father was charged with murder and suspected of being Jack the Ripper. A benefactor picked her up, they married and migrated to Australia where she bore three children, before her husband decided that he had alternative sexual urges. He eloped with his boyfriend, leaving her destitute. Her eldest daughter fell to paedophile Priests.
KATP. Contains Rape, Murder, Paedophilia, Prostitution, Adultery, Mafia, Graft and Corruption. The other side of the ledger—record-- Tender love scenes, Joy, Happiness, Births, Achievements, and Wealth. Categorising this novel as an adult read.
The waif had kept prostitution in her past secret, she was exposed on a trip to London and heralded as a heroine she was to be nominated for Canonisation. Which was debunked; whether fairly or unfairly, even the author can’t decide. But readers of KATP will form their own opinion.
The highs and lows of Kathleen the Waif story must be told.