The Web Of Living Death

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Vicious Vixen

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It Was All Dyke Could Do To Keep His Mind On The Swimming Lesson

From the back:

If you think a life guard at a resort beach has it made with the women, you’re right. And Dyke Donohoe was no exception… until the day the Loman yacht berthed at the pier.

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No War Tomorrow

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Save Them For Violence

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Marya Was Betrayed By Her Passion For Living And Loving!

From the back:

Her name was Marya!
To Sandor, millionaire, Marya was a lovely goddess — coldly perfect and unattainable.
To John Grant, U.S. Embassy attache, Marya was hot, vibrant and altogether willing.
To Guiliano, international cut-throat, Marya was ice, to be melted only by his crude love-making.
To Captain Rodriguez, Marya was evil and the suspected plotter of a vicious murder.
But Marya knew herself best: She was hot or cold, good or evil — whatever the situation demanded. She had learned from experience that she could even kill to live!

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The House of Golden Masks

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Includes the Solomon Kane story “The Rattle of Bones” by Robert E. Howard. This entire issue can be downloaded here

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The Mating Cry

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“I have come to pay my debt — in the way I discovered men prefer.”

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