Horror In Space

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Super-Science Fiction magazine cover, February 1959
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It is a well known fact that you can’t wear underwear and expect to properly fit into an alien costume.

Also featuring A Place Beyond The Stars, Waters Of Forgetfulness, and Beware The Robot!

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Keep Your Money Side Up

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Dime Detective Magazine Cover August 1950
Dime Detective Magazine, August 1950
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Also, His Fatal Fling and Kill Me, Kate! This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Trail To Murder

Super-Detective, January 1947

This one features a cover originally painted by H. J. Ward for the March 1938 Romantic Western, and heavily retouched by Joe Sokoli for this pulp. (The gunman was originally a Mexican bandito.)

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Pain For Sale

Man's Prime January 1965

Also featuring Sex Swap For Brand New Kicks!, Blood-Bath In Vietnam, and The Prossies Of Joy Street

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Goodbye, Darling

Midwood F391 1964

There were times when she didn’t mind her husband calling to say that he’d be working late again at the office.

From the back

He was young and handsome and passionately virile. She was bored and restless and hopelessly vulnerable. He treated her the way no man had ever treated her… and made her love every shameless minute of it. He taught her_to do things that she would never dare to do even with her husband… and made her live for the time when she could do them again.
He was an irresistible drug and she became an incurable addict. It was wild and ugly and dark and consuming… the kind of love that couldn’t be analyzed but only experienced. She tried desperately to break the habit before it was too late… but she didn’t try hard enough.
AN INCREDIBLY INCISIVE NOVEL OF MODERN ADULTERY

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