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Dangerous Escapade

By Park, J.A

Toronto: News Stand Library 55, 1949. The lovely and talented (if a smidgeon immoral) Zena makes a fair chunk of change due to her involvement with an international dope ring with ties to white slavery, and even though she has fun a'plenty -- an orgy that ends in gunplay, for instance (can't COUNT how many times that's happened to me) -- she tires of white slavery and dope and lust fulfilled (how is that even POSSIBLE?????), and tries to return to a normal life, only to find her new path "beset with pitfalls" (well geez, giving up a swell life like that, I would certainly hope so!). 160 pages. Spine slant, handling wear, moderate edgewear, a bit of tanning. Internally tight and clean.. 1st thus. Paperback. Good to Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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Bed and Board

By Ward, Jonathon

Manhasset: Kozy Book K 172, 1962. In "the hell-dives of San Francisco" a 19-year-old college boy meets some women who bring him "into the first, full flower of manhood," and ends up with a 10-years-his-senior Russian violinist who makes him her lover. 160 pages. Spine creases, edge/corner wear, thin crease to top right corner of front cover, rubbing, light soil, store stamp to inside front cover, some tanning.. First Edition. Paperback. About Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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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".



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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".



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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".



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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".



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Isle of Sin

By Dexter, John

No Place: Nightstand NB 1549, 1961. "Kooks, beatniks and babes meet in an orgy of summer lust" (which is, as we all know, vastly different from winter lust -- for one thing, you don't need ear muffs). Cover illustration depicts a couple of people about as beatniky as Goober Pyle and June Cleaver -- although I have to admit that I can't remember seeing Goober sitting on a couch drinking Scotch while watching June whip off her bra, so perhaps these folks are meant to represent the kooks and babes. 190 pages + two pages of other Nightstand titles. Surface wear, some soil, edgewear, light flaking, impressions, 1.25" separation to bottom right spine edge, tanning.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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The City of Hoke

By Lowenkopf, Shelly

Manhasset: Kozy Books K 139, 1961. 155 pages + 2 pages of advertisements for other Kozy Books titles. Remainder star to top front cover, vertical crease to front cover, general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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Carnal Psycho!

By Rimel, Duane

Chicago: Novel Books 5052, 1961. A fiendish psycho with a grudge against another guy is killing the guy's beautiful girlfriends, and the publisher thinks that this little telephone monologue, printed on the first end paper, is going to make the book irresistible to the uncertain reader: "Who are you taking out tonight, Jason? What voluptuous woman are you going to rub up and get ready for me? Ha, ha, ha, ha, hee, hee, hee, hee...." (I don't know about you, but that fourth "hee" really does the trick.) 160 pages. Rubbing, impressions/thin scratches, some wear to corners/spine ends, previous owner's name on inside front cover and top of front end paper, moderate general wear. Currently intact and fairly tight, but as usual with paperbacks of this vintage, caution must be exercised when handling, or tragedy will ensue.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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2-4 Sex

By Snavely, Adam

New York: Kozy K101, 1960. A guy who sees some doll in bed with a bullfighter (I can't tell you how often I see things like that on any given weekend) decides that if he can forget her past, which includes at least three husbands and 15 boyfriends, he'd really like to get himself a little piece of her action (doesn't strike me as being all that tough to do, but then again, I've never been in bed with a bullfighter, so I may have a distorted view of just how easy it is to pull off these things). 157 pages + 3 pages of advertisements for other literary masterpieces from our friends at Kozy Books. Rubbing, previous owner's signature/initials to first end paper, 2" horizontal tear near top of half-title/illustration page (no story text affected), some tanning. Internally still fairly tight, but if you're planning to actually read this little gem, as opposed to adding the brilliance of the cover art to your collection, you might want to do so with care in order to prevent the spine from splitting, as a lot of this vintage paperbacks are wont to do.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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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".



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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".


The Horny Heiress

By Brown, Roberta

New York: Pleasure Books 40371, 1978. A female reporter determined to get a story finds herself on the estate of Baron Von Sadisto. That's Baron Von Sadisto, kids. I bet he's fond of kittens, long walks under the stars, and cuddles. 185 pages. Moderate surface wear, turned corner, light general wear. First Edition. Stiff Card Wraps. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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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".



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New Man in the House

By Malaponte, Marco

Winnipeg: Softcover Library B979X, 1966. Cdn. printing. A near-50-year-old "connoisseur of women" makes plans to score with both a "seductive teener" and her "still shapely enough" mother (well, I guess we all need a hobby). 153 pages + 7 pages of advertisements for other SL titles. Sunned spine, slight slant, foxing, some water staining. Internally tight.. 2nd printing. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".


Come and Get Me!

By West, Tina

New York: Pleasure Books 40166, 1976. The inspirational, heart-warming story of a young fellow who "enjoyed his work of crafty robbery combined with rape until a willing victim turns the tables on him." (There are certain sentences on these sleaze paperbacks that just beg questions. Chief among those begged by this particular blurb is this: how can a victim be willing? Just, you know, wonderin'.) 181 pages + 9 pages of advertisements for other Pleasure Books titles. Internally tight and clean w/some edgewear, and just light general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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No Sense of Shame

By Arno, Earl

New York: Midwood 61581, 1980. The wife of a big-wheel businessman in Minnesota busies herself with a variety of junior executives looking for success in the company as well as the bedroom. Or words to that effect. 192 pages. Internally tight and clean w/only light general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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Married Nympho

By Wahl, Robert

New York: Midwood 61037, 1978. "A restless wife sets out with her virgin sister to explore today's sexual freedom!" (Virgin sister? Do they still have those?) 187 pages + 5 pages of advertisements for other Midwood-published titles boasting the usual standards of excellence and taste. Internally tight and clean w/light spotting to right edge of back cover, a hint of general wear (appears unread).. First Edition. Paperback. Near Fine. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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Sweet Spanking

By Mimms, Smokey

New York: Pleasure Books 43129, 1980. A single guy bored with teaching in the big city nonetheless enjoys a variety of physical experiences with a variety of nubile young wenches before taking a teaching job in a rural setting where he enjoys a variety of physical experiences with a variety of nubile young wenches. And so on and so forth. 183 pages. Rubbing, some creasing/scraping to top right corner of front cover, moderate handling wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".



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Thank You, Call Again

By Duchamp, Laura

New York: Midwood 32-413 / Tower Publications, 1964. Paperback original. A woman who spends "nights in a modest suburban home, playing the part of a respectable young wife to perfection," has another identity, that of a high-priced call girl who spends her days "in a luxurious love-nest, catering to the sensual needs of a most select clientele, performing acts of abandon designed to captivate the most jaded of customers." (God bless those acts of abandon!) 158 pages, cover illustration by Victor Olson. Rubbing, thin crease to upper right portion of front cover, 1/4" separation to bottom right spine edge, light dampstaining to bottom edge, a bit of bottom edge colour bleed to bottom page edges, moderate general wear.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75".


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