pocket 811 by Kyle K on Flickr.
The Witch of Spring by William Shore, Pocket Books #811.
Cover art by Ernest Chiriaka.
“She was a slave to voodoo magic!”
…and a great dresser as well.
Digit R 722 _ 1963 by uk vintage on Flickr.
Witchwater by G. M. Wilson, Digit Books, (c) 1963
“What was the THING that stalked the lonely marshes? Nobody knew, Nobody cared….until now.”
Devil Take Her by Fan Nichols, Popular Library #586.
“Nature gave Faye everything—but Morals!”
Killer in Drag by Ed Wood, Jr., (c)1965.
Besides making and starring in films so bad they have achieved cult status, Wood also wrote several pulp novels, this one centering on his favorite theme of transvestism.
Shameless Love by Ross Sloan.
Cover art by George Gross.
“The alluring girl in the French bathing suit was more than just a hot number. She turned out to be a man-hungry sinner!”
Obviously she’s shameless. She wears stripes with polka-dots.
The Marijuana Mob by James Hadley Chase, Eton #116.
“A terrorific tale of kidnapping, murder, dope peddling and politics…tremendous.”
Terrorific?? Either someone couldn’t spell or was feeling extra clever.
The Strange Path:Torchlight to Vahalla by Gale Wilhelm, Lion #121
“Her choice: Normal marriage or lesbian love?”
She seems to be in the middle of going for a shorter haircut, so we all know what that means.