The Little Blonde Goes With Me

True Detective December 1958

Also featuring Slayer At The Foot OF The Cross and Dead Women Don’t Walk

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Vanished Airlines Blonde

True Detective September 1959

Also, We Were A Maniac’s Hostages and Marcia’s Worried Killer

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Girls of the U-Boat Fleet

Adventure August 1960

Also featuring 9 Ways A Man Can Go Wrong Sexually and Two Men And A WAC — Against Jungle Death

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The Barbary Love Thieves

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Also featuring Will Your Wife Be Unfaithful? and The Island Of Lonesome Women

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The Lost World Featuring Hunt Bowman

Planet Comics #34

A little something for the ladies, courtesy of Hunt Bowman.

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Hotel Waitress (Original Title: Pick-Up at Midnight)

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A beautiful young girl, eager for love, finds herself plunged into a whirlpool of demanding men

From the back:

There Are Things A Girl Has To Do… and whether she liked them or not, Gracie knew that she would do them.

There was the shabby Marine Inn, with its run-down bar and dance floor, its dark little rooms upstairs. But the place needed a waitress… so Gracie took the job, because…

There was Joe Bent, the bartender, crafty-faced, leering, his eyes on her young beauty unmistakable in their demands. He needed a partner in evil… so Gracie became it, because…

There was Nick Panos, the boss, tired and drunken, sloppy in his handling of his money. He was just asking to be cheated… so Gracie cheated him, because… 

There was Dirk Halsey, the young stranger, wise and kind, demanding in his own breathtaking masculine way. He was there to be loved… so Gracie fell madly in love with him, because…

Because Of A Burning Need, A Ruthless Demand In Herself That Could Not Be Denied, Even Though It Meant Ruin For A … HOTEL WAITRESS

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