The incredible true story of a life of violence — and The Man Who Lives It
Also featuring Nine Love Traps To Be Aware Of, Nympho Wives, We Raided The Bordello Of Bored Women And Their Illicit Lovers and Seaman Wilbur Longbaugh’s Seven Year Love Battle
She was tough, loose and dangerous
“Sure I Lust For Love,” She Smiled. “But What’s More I Also Love Lust!”
LOVE STARVED . . . and strangely addicted to her dangerous desires Cilo Haven searched the byways of her soul trying to find the ultimate in passions and pleasures of the flesh. That’s why so few men found her lacking in the intimate knowledge of love and desire . . . and fewer yet realized what kind of woman she really was . . . until it was too late for them to withdraw from the tendrils of her trap of . . . LUST AND SIN!”
From Heritage Auctions:
This painting was originally published as the cover for All True Police Detective Cases October, 1950, albeit in another variation (which would have been the original version of the painting). It was also slightly altered again and used later for the cover of Police Detective July, 1958. The current state of the painting is presumed to have been published a third time as a cover-though we were unable to nail down this usage
Obviously, I was able to nail down the usage, as well as add Best True Fact Detective July 1954
Sinister Desires Pulsated Through His Fetish-Warped Brain Whenever Beauty Repulsed The Ugly Womankeeper Of Melbourn
Also featuring The Massacre Of Pancho Villa’s Unfeeling, Ravaging Senoritas and He Was Able-Bodied, But Lacked The Stamina To Combat The Well Equipped Female Kamikazi Who Almost Blew Up The Panama Canal
His Friendship Was A Delusion — His Love A Trap
From the back:
Run Into Trouble
Within exciting Nora Black were all the necessary ingredients for an explosion. All that was missing was the fuse, the detonator. Jay Carson supplied that lack.
Nora’s brother, Robin, had it in him to be a great football player, until Jay showed him that there were other games to be played — just as physical but less dangerous.
Rita Bell had always been true to her husband, until Jay made sin more attractive than loyalty.
That was Jay Carson, who thrived on trouble — other people’s — and thought the world owed him permanent possession of the brass ring. Until he discovered that with the corruption of each victim, he destroyed a part of himself.