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Pleasure Play

by Brad Curtis (pseudonym of Giles Lutz)

Condition: Fine

New York: Midwood, 1967. Paperback. Fine. Tight, square, bright and clean. Obviously unread. Only flaws are black mark over original price on front cover and some hint of running to back. Great tawdry cover photo. Midwood # 32-806. A near perfect copy of a vintage Midwood title. Scarce in such lovely condition. Curtis is the pseudonym of the prolific Giles Lutz, writer of Westerns and historical novels in addition to tawdries. This one is the story of Gita, who came to the big city and "kept herself available for any of the crowd".

  • Bookseller: Sellers & Newel Second-Hand Books CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: PB105
  • Title: Pleasure Play
  • Author: Brad Curtis (pseudonym of Giles Lutz)
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Midwood
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1967
  • Keywords: tawdry, sex, sleaze, photo cover, guitar


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