The girls of Sacred Heart Holy Angels eye the good dancers at the all-ages club Metropolis. They waste afternoons at the mall, check out parties on the lake, burn through candid, casual sex.
Everybody calls them the Whores on the Hill, but they don’t care.
It is the mid-’80s and they go to the last all-girls’ school in Milwaukee, where innocence is scarce and happiness is something to grabbed at in the backseat of a fast car.
Whores on the Hill was selected as a May Must Read by Glamour magazine. It was picked by NPR as a “Best Debut.” The Boston Globe called it “…an honest, poignant, beautifully written story about teenage sex, from a young woman’s point of view.”