He alone knew the secret — and he had to die to reveal it
Another cover to The Sleeper can be seen here.
A sequel to “So Shall Ye Reap”
Their Flaming Love Defied the Man-Made Rules!
Here, Where Deviations Were Born, Was Every Possible Manifestation Of Sick Sex. Lust Crazed Nubian Slaves, Leather, The Whip, Aphrodisiacs Fed To Baboons, Tortured Eunuchs… All Practiced By The Eight Enslaved Womenvia
From the back:
Lila Gibson was on vacation below the border and looking for the excitement and adventure. The cock fights just turned her on, now she was looking for real big entertainment… Like the rape of a woman by a large shaggy ape. Jeff Maynard was out to earn a big fee by setting it up, but he wasn’t prepared for the reception he got from local bad-man Kerry Blaisdell. Who was out for blood, money and his own perverted kicks… Not to mention the perverted appetites of Lila’s friends in bungalow “69”, all of which play a big part in the nightmare that captures Jeff and almost proves too much for him…via
To uncover it meant death…via
Also includes Downbeat Dirge and Satan’s Angel
Lust Held Her Captive In The Lair Of — The Sex Cannibalsvia
This cover scene was painted by Rowena Morrill based upon Esteban Maroto’s Pellucidar drawing of the sacrifice of a girl to a mahar for a proposed Ace Books illustrated edition of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ At the Earth’s Core. When that Ace Books project ultimately fell through, the publishers commissioned Offutt to write a novel around the Maroto illustrations. The end result was the novel King Dragon.
This particular image gained notoriety when The New York Daily News reported that Saddam Hussein had the work hanging in a secluded townhouse during his fall in Baghdad — but that particular painting turned out to be a mere copy.
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