His Boss’ Wife

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He was a man on the make, and this time he wanted – His Boss’ Wife
They traveled together… they worked together… so Rob Webb just had to be near that copper-haired witch — and he did nothing to keep him at arms length!

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Blood Lusting Demon and the Fair Young Girls of France!

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Also, Exposed! The Illicit Romances of an Easy To Love Dame!

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The Blonde Photographer’s 7 Days Of Hell In The Congo

Escape To Adventure July 1964

Also featuring The Grapevine Rips The Lid Off Hollywood Lesbians and Why They Banned Sex At The World’s Fair

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The Vanishing Passenger

Mysterious Traveler Issue #4 June 1952

This cover art does not actually correspond with any story featured in this issue. However, there was a contest where readers could send in an outline of a mystery story based on this issue’s cover art. Grand Prize: $50.00.

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The Case of the Frozen Beauty

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This cover art does not actually correspond with any story featured in this issue. However, there was a contest where readers could send in an outline of a mystery story based on this issue’s cover art. Grand Prize: $50.00.

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The Man With Copper Fingers

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The first of only five issues of Mysterious Traveler magazine, each featuring a cover by pulp legend Norman Saunders

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Go Down To Glory (Original Title: This Bright Summer)

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She knew the earthly hungers of lonely mountain men
They loved in the shadow of fear and evil

This paperback is the only Dell edition with a dust-jacket. The colorful dust-jacket art is by Griffith Foxley, the more abstract cover itself is by Walter Brooks.

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Lorelei of the Red Mist

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Passionate Tigress (1963)

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Her shameless need for love, her primitive lust for revenge promised a doomed ecstasy for her men

The 1959 edition is here

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Wanton Venus

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From the back:

Somewhere in Southern France was hidden a statue that had driven men mad with desire and made their blood run hot It was a statue of gorgeous nude woman inviting, abandoned, wanton — yet perfect. Young Stephane Brehange was determined find that statue and above all to find the flesh-and-blood Aphrodite who had posed for it. For the enchantment of that voluptuous figure had wrecked his lather’s life and cast, dark shadow over Stephane’s.
Stepbane’s spicy quest took him inevitably into the homes and boudoirs of some of France’s most alluring ladies — and eventually brought him to an exotic rendezvous in a secluded Mediterranean chateau. There he met four sisters, each more beautiful than the other — and one of those four held in the hidden nudity of her body the secret of the statue and Stephane’s future.

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East Side General

Perma #P218 PB 1953

A gripping, powerful drama of the men in white and the women they love

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