Big-Town Hellcat (Original Title: On Borrowed Love)

Carnival Books #956 1957

A behind-the-scenes story of a girl disk jockey and the men in her life

From the back:

THE NEW GIRL DISC JOCKEY
was setting the control booth on its ear. It was not so much what she said on the air—or the fact that her voice did scandalous things to her male listeners—it was what she did in her spare time that had the whole town talking.
MEN WERE HER TROUBLE
The first man was her boss— but he was engaged to marry another girl when she walked into his life.
The second man was the most powerful sponsor the radio station ever had… He helped her career—but not her reputation.
This is a powerful story of an ambitious and alluring girl who used men to get ahead.

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Young Passion (Original Title: Wild Passion)

Carnival Books Issue #955 1952

She was pretty, innocent — and easy prey for New York’s playboys

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Office Sinner / Blonde Hellcat

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This painting was published twice as a digest cover for Cameo books, first as Office Sinner by Gene Harvey (Cameo books #334, 1953):

The frank story of a young girl who works in an office… side by side with men 

and then again one year later as Blonde Hellcat by Arthur Marin (Cameo books #368, 1954):

She was ambitious, passionate and jealous – of her own mother

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Tramp Girl

Stallion Books Issue #205 1952

She Had The Morals Of An Alley Cat
Men Taught Her That Love Was A Jungle, And Her Own Lovely Body Was Fair Game!

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The Green Thumb

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Untamed Woman

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Under A Tropic Moon, What Happens To A Virgin’s Vows?

From the back:

Born and bred in Boston, beautiful, blonde — and brilliant — Natalie Brewster had the world at her brightly manicured fingertips. Being a successful lady lawyer was one thing — and being engaged to socially-prominent Wendall Loverall added still another feather to her cap. But Natalie had dreams — dreams of desire that would have shocked Boston society — dreams of illicit pleasure that didn’t come true until a business trip to Hawaii turned into a passionate journey into ecstasy — and in Bill Grant’s arms, Natalie became an UNTAMED WOMAN!

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Sweet And Deadly (Original Title: The Dark Wheel)

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She Drove Him From Love To Madness – And Then To Murder

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Fear Is The Hunter (Original Title: The Terrified Society)

Permabooks #P116, 1951

She Wanted Him — Hunted Down!

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