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Breaking Cardinal Rules
Katina Powell

An Expose of Sexual Recruiting Tactics from the Journal Pages of an Escort Queen

First Edition Design Publishing
October 2015
On Sale: October 2, 2015
104 pages
ISBN: 1939550289
EAN: 9781939550286
Kindle: B0163QKU90
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Non-Fiction Memoir

An expose of sexual recruiting tactics from the journal pages of an escort queen.

Breaking Cardinal Rules is an exposé by escort Katina Powell based on her experiences providing sexual services for the basketball program at the University of Louisville. It is written with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Dick Cady.

Powell has filled five journals with details of her escort escapades, sexual encounters and her activities at the University of Louisville. Most of the U of L services she provided took place in the men's dormitory where most of the basket players reside.

Her main contact and the man with the money–the school's former director of basketball operations and former graduate assistant, Andre McGee–kept Powell and her girls busy from 2010 to 2014.

Powell does not present a sympathetic character. Her life is full of contradictions. She has no remorse over the choices she has made. Her story is true in all its graphic detail.

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CBS This Morning - October 21, 2015

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