In Going to the Strip Club, a divorced, middle-aged man named Charlie is a frequent visitor of his local strip club. During his time there, he begins to study and decode the interpersonal interactions that occur in the seemingly secretive world full of bartenders, bouncers, dancers, hostesses and patrons. Hunt seeks to offer greater insight into the mindset of the paying customer, which he feels could ultimately give dancers a leg up, pun intended. “The ultimate benefit for the entertainer is to hopefully improve their earnings with the knowledge gained from reading this book,” Hunt says. «Overall, I want to entertain readers with an interesting tell-all of my observations that evokes curiosity and an open mind.