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French Alley
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French Alley

By Clay, Matthew

New York: Star Novels 752 / Publication House, 1956. Three young women learn "the heartbreak and rapture of love...in the French Quarter!" 130 pages, cover illustration by Rudy Nappi. Some spine slant, light rubbing, a hint of edgewear, a couple of very short (1/8") edge tears, mild wear to corners/spine ends, moderate general wear. A fairly nice copy of a relatively uncommon printing.. 1st thus. Paperback. Very Good. Digest.

$30.00

Carole Came Back
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Carole Came Back

By Turner, John

New York: Midwood F308, 1963. Canadian printing. A high-octane babe (swaying breasts, black panties, yielding fullness, and instructing her lover to call his wife and tell her he won't be home tonight -- yup, that's the definition of high octaneness) does what high-octane babes usually do (although admittedly I have no personal experience with this sort of woman [more's the pity], I have it on good authority from publishers of xxx books that these are the things that define high octane babes). 156 pages + 4 pages of advertisements for other Midwood books featuring babes of various octane levels. Thin crease to bottom right corner of front cover. Internally tight and clean.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$5.00

Like Wild

By Allen, Eric

Derby: Monarch 345, 1963. A man returning to Florida after a stint fighting guerrillas in Laos is faced with a corrupt fellow who wishes to steal his land, the corrupt fellow's woman (who wishes to teach him a thing or two about "how to stake out a claim on a man no matter what his previous commitments"), and his fiancee's kid sister, who wants him, and doesn't particularly care that he's her sister's betrothed (the poor sonuvabitch shoulda stayed in Laos -- he'd have fewer complications with the guerrillas). 141 pages + 3 pages of advertisements for other books published by Monarch, cover illustration by George Erickson (misspelled as Ericson on copyright page). A hint of slant, thin reading crease to left edge of front cover, light general wear. Internally tight and clean.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$6.00

Forever Amy
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Forever Amy

By Harris, Amy

New York: Midwood Y175, 1962. "An unvarnished story of sex in the raw." Allegedly by an 18-year-old girl, the publisher assures us that her "knowledge of what men and women do together is far beyond her years." And no publisher, in the history of publishing, has ever been wrong or tried to mislead its readers, so we know that this truth in its purest form. 157 pages + three pages of advertisements for other Midwood novels overflowing with truth and wisdom. Moderate spine slant, crosscrack/subsequent horizontal creasing, light edgewear, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon.. First Edition. Paperback. Good to Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$10.00

Passion Road
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Passion Road

By Glendinning, Richard

Toronto: Popular Library 656, 1955. The heartwarming story of the Pan Am racers with "just two interests in life: fast cars and easy women," and "the free-and-easy girls who follow the Pan American road race" with "only one goal -- to get the best man during the breaks between laps." Sounds like a tender little story where everyone will get what he or she wants, and I bet there isn't one mention of genitalia burning during urination (although from the pose of the babe on the front cover, SOMEthing is warming her up). 175 pages + 1-page advertisement for another Popular Library title. Rubbing, thin creases, some tanning, slight wear to corners, light general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$7.00

From Door to Door
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From Door to Door

By Hitt, Orrie

No Place: Beacon B304, 1960. Canadian printing. A door-to-door crew selling magazine subscriptions sparks a noticeable upswing in sales when the various lovelies selling the rags include a little physical reward for signing up, and everything is going swimmingly until one of the cuties sharing the crew captain's affections with another girl suddenly announces that she is underage. Not surprisingly, difficulties ensue. 154 pages + 3 pages of advertisements for other Beacon titles. Spine slant, light edgewear, tiny chip to top right corner of front cover, a bit of waviness at spine, a bit of faint soil to back cover. Internally tight and clean.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$6.00

Teaser
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Teaser

By Hitt, Orrie

No Place: Beacon B158, 1956. Canadian printing. A woman who lacks "nothing in the way of womanly equipment" and who never hesitates "to flick her fancy flesh in a man's direction" decides to flick a guy who already has a woman, and when said guy finds himself flicked stupid by that fancy flesh flickerer, the abandoned woman picks up some "strange desires" on "her own perverse path to hell." It all works out okay in the end, though, but not before Flickerboy one day finds his former lover being ravished by a cop, and then at the mercy of some little weasel with a knife. 189 pages + 2 pages of advertisements for other Beacon titles. Spine slant/roll, some waviness at spine, mild corner wear, light soil to right edge of back cover, light general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$10.00

The Further Adventures of Taffy
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The Further Adventures of Taffy

By North, Stephen

New York: Bee-Line 319N / Beeline, 1968. The amorous adventures of a young woman who just can't seem to get enough of whatever it is that young women just can't seem to get enough of (in my experience there are no such women, but perhaps the guys who write smut books hang out with women who run in different circles than the ones I hang out with -- probably just as well, because I think I've used up my disease quota for one lifetime). Light rubbing, 1/2" separation to bottom right spine edge, subsequent crease to left edge of front cover, tiny sticker pull to top right portion of front cover, a bit of edge foxing, some internal foxing on inside covers/end papers, rough separation of a few unopened pages resulted in some chipping/edge tears, moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean (probably not something we could say about our protagonist). An uncommon title.. First Edition. Paperback. About Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$50.00

Mambo to Murder b/w I See Red
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Mambo to Murder b/w I See Red

By Clark, Dale, b/w Sterling Noel

New York: Ace Double D-109, 1955. The Clark side features a private eye run out of the game by cops, but who is about to have a bucketload of trouble land on him, while the Noel side gives us"a swift, action-jammed novel of the ways of brutal men," and the few who offer resistence. 153 and 166 pages, respectively. Impressions/thin scratches to covers, mild spine slant/roll, bottom corner of first end paper of Clark side torn off (does not affect text, a bit of foxing. Internally tight.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$8.00

Somewhere in This House
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Somewhere in This House

By King, Rufus

Popular Library 276 / Better Publications of Canada, 1950. Canadian printing. A Lt. Valcour mystery. When a "sex-charged adventuress" with "the instincts of a man-eating animal" marries into a clannish family she finds herself living with fear and hostility until one night things get ratcheted up a bit when her maid is murdered while dressed in one of our little sex kitten's gowns. 158 pages + 2 pages of advertisements for other Popular Library titles, cover illustration by the incomparable Rudolph Belarski. Mild spine slant, cover creasing, ragged fore-edge to pages 49/50, previous owner's small stamp to title page, light general wear. Internally tight and clean.. 1st Popular edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$8.00

Marriage a la Mode
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Marriage a la Mode

By Smith, Gustin

Toronto: News Stand Library 71, 1949. A man who made a wee mistake by getting married and spawning a couple of offspring is "Tortured with a love for his friend's wife," and when he suggests that they get together and bump uglies he learns that "she is toying with his affections and that she feels no real physical love for him." 156 pages. Some spine slant, some wear to corners/spine ends, full-length vertical crease to left side of front cover, moderate general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$15.00

Dark Yearning
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Dark Yearning

By Everett, John

New York: Bedside Book BB 1132 / Nagam Corp., 1960. "Her husband was a monster -- her bridal night a hideous nightmare." (so this is a documentary....? 189 pages. Mild slant, much creasing/handling wear, sticker pull, rubbing, light soil. This is not in the slightest collectible, and is being offered only because there don't seem to be many Bedside Book copies kicking around.. 1st thus. Paperback. Good reading copy. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$5.00

Autobiography of a Flea
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Autobiography of a Flea

By Anonymous (Stanislas de Rhodes)

No Place: No Publisher A classic in the field of erotica, first published in 1887, and the basis for the 1976 porno film of the same name. Although the words "First American Publication" are emblazoned across the top of the front cover, there is no publisher listed, no place, no date, or any copyright information. A bit of slant, moderate edgewear, some creasing, surface wear, light tanning.. First American Publication. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$15.00

Blanket Party b/w Sultry Summer
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Blanket Party b/w Sultry Summer

By Malloy, Dirk, b/w Lon Albert

New York: Midwood 34-831, 1967. Cdn. printing. In the first story we have "A runaway girl searching for fulfillment," but finding "only a series of meaningless good times, wild parties and pointless kicks," (poor, poor thing), while the second little contribution to literature gives us yet another runaway girl who thinks that moving into a boarding house near a beach will keep her "safe from the prying eyes of men she didn't like, safe from advances which revolted her," but as some of you might already have suspected, "She was wrong, as wrong as a young girl can be." 200 pages + 6 pages of other titles from Midwood. Rubbing, surface/edge wear, two previous owners' names (one scratched out) to top right corner of Malloy title page, some tanning.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$10.00

Crows Can't Count
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Crows Can't Count

By Fair, A.A. (pseudonym of Erle Stanley Gardner)

New York: Dell 472, 1950. A Bertha Cool/Donald Lam mystery first published in hardcover by Morrow & Company in 1946. From the back cover: "Donald Lam gets involved with birds and babes, emeralds and murder." 224 pages, cover illustration by Bob Stanley. Mild slant, thin reading crease to left side of front cover, a bit of waviness, mild surface wear, light edgewear. Internally tight and clean.. 1st Dell edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$7.00

The Captain's Doll
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The Captain's Doll

By Lawrence, D.H.

New York: Berkley G-43, 1957. A collection of seven stories by the author of, among others, 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' and 'Sons and Lovers.' The stories are, "The White Stocking," "Goose Fair," "Second Best," "The Blind Man," "The Blue Moccasins," "The Rocking-Horse Winner," and the title story. 190 pages, cover illustration by Robert Maguire. Tanning, light general wear.. 1st paperback edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$5.00

The Strange Path
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The Strange Path

By Wilhelm, Gale

New York: Berkley G-111 First published as 'Torchlight to Valhalla' in 1938, by Random House. A young woman declines involvement with men in favour of "the lovely and enigmatic Toni," where she finally discovers "her own true nature and the strange path down which she was drifting." 128 pages, cover illustration by Robert Maguire. G w/thick crease to bottom right corner of front cover, 1/4" separation to top right spine edge, 3/8" separation to bottom right spine edge, gentle crosscrack, cover wear, tanning. Internally fairly tight.. 1st Berkley edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$15.00

Olivia
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Olivia

By Olivia

New York: Berkley G-74, 1957. "The story of a love that dared not tell its name" (although I'm betting it's Olivia). 127 pages + 1-page advertisement for other Berkley titles, cover by Robert Maguire. Mild slant, light edgewear, a bit of surface wear, thin diagonal crinkle to top left portion of front cover, 3/4" separations to bottom spine edges, the usual tanning.. 1st Berkley edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$15.00

Vulnerable
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Vulnerable

By Hunt, Michael

North Hollywood: Brandon House 6043, 1969. Whoever wrote the back cover blurb for this one is probably still congratulating himself on just how jeezly clever he was: "First it was only with her girl friends at school. But soon every lustful male was queuing up to experience Mike Hunt." 159 pages. Strong spine slant, impressions/scratches/scuffing to covers, a couple of turned corners. Uncommon.. First Edition. Paperback. Good to Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$30.00

Any Shape or Form
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Any Shape or Form

By Daly, Elizabeth

New York: Bantam 811, 1950. A guy throws a party in order to let his wealthy aunt meet her stepchildren. Then women start getting themselves murdered (pretty inconsiderate of them, but whaddaya gonna do?), and Henry Gamadge's brief vacation from detecting comes to an end. 182 pages. Rubbing, handling creases, some spine slant/roll, impressions/scratches, light chipping to spine ends, light soil, tanning.. 1st Bantam edition. Paperback. Good to Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".

$5.00

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