Speak Of The Devil by DK Rising on Flickr.
Alfred Hitchcock’s Speak of the Devil, Dell #7654.
“A red-hot feast of fiendish fun—served up with satanic skill.”
There are so many things wrong with this cover….
Backwoods Tramp by Harry Whittington, Gold Medal Book #889.
She knew what she wanted—a man to take her away from the dirt road and the one-room shack she called home.
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 Devil is Gay by Frederick Colson; Brandon Books.
Pet by Jocelyn Ryder with an Introduction by Dale Gordon, Ph. D.
Perfume and Pain by Kimberly Kemp, Midwood #F162.
“She knew no desire but that for another woman.”
Could she have been born a lesbian?
The Case of the Fan Dancer’s Horse, by Erle Stanley Gardner.
Pocket Books # 886
“A Perry Mason murder mystery.”
The Case of the Fan Dancer’s Horse
Loves of a Girl Wrestler by Ben West.
“A tigress in the ring…a temptress in the boudoir!”
“Mauled…manhandled… exhibited before lusting eyes… this lovely creature fought disgrace at the hands of bone-crushing men and passionate Amazons!”
Wow… whoever wrote the tag lines was really ellipsis happy.