From Galley Slave To Master Of A Haremvia
Love Was Her Profession — Violence Was His
A rousing novel of a soldier’s fight for love, glory and gold!
One woman offered him passion — and betrayal — the other her heart
Murder Is Fork-Tonguedvia
Even if the door was open, she couldn’t escape…via
They Gambled With Human Chipsvia
A remote Caribbean Island… A beachcomber who took what he wanted… And a blonde who was there for the taking
From the back
This Girl For Hire
She was blond, thin-waisted, stacked high… and she was asking for a job on my boat. “Sorry,” I said, “but somehow I can’t see you swabbing decks or scraping barnacles.” “There are other ways I can be useful,” she said. “Doing what?” “Anything, honey. Just anything at all.” Call me a damn fool and you’d be right. We were a two-man yawl bound from St. Thomas for Doubleshot Key, with plenty of predictable hell in our future. Still, the lady was willing, and it seemed only fair to let her show what she could do…
They Were Outcasts In A Doomed Cityvia
Six Survived To Tell What Happened
I find it interesting that, even though this is a serious look at the consequences of atomic warfare, it is basically impossible to tell from the cover art that it takes place in Japan.
Hiroshima tells the stories of six survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, covering a period of time immediately prior to and one year after the atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945. It was originally published in The New Yorker. Although the story was originally scheduled to be published over four issues, the entire August 31, 1946 edition was dedicated to the article. The article and subsequent book are regarded as one of the earliest examples of the New Journalism, in which the story-telling techniques of fiction are adapted to non-fiction reporting.