The Motive

Bloodhound Detective June 1961

Bloodhound reprinted stories from Manhunt. This issue also swiped the cover from the April 1953 issue.

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I Am A Nympho

Monarch Giant #MB523 1962

The Compelling Story of A Girl Who Couldn’t Say No

From the back:

Hyperaesthesia Sexualis. That’s one of the Clinical names for my problem. Kubudi ubsatuata is another. Those are the fancy terms. But is all adds up to the fact that I am a Nympho! You can take it from there: Promiscuous, wanton, round-heeled, pushover, tramp. It all comes to the same thing – one man isn’t enough for em, nor a dozen, not even a hundred! The self-righteous call me bad; the smug call me evil; and wise call me sick. But what difference does if make? When the fever is in me I don’t have time to examine or evaluate. I can only demand! That’s nymphomania: a never-ending search for the unattainable – fulfillment!

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My Sister, My Love

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They Took Their Love Where They Could Find It — In Each Other’s Arms

Miriam Gardner is a pseudonym for Marion Zimmer Bradley

From the back:

It all began with a game, an innocent game. Two young girls — sisters — pretending to be Prince and Princess, clinging to each other for comfort and affection in the face of their lonely lives.
They shared a world cut off from all outsiders—until the night a trusted, older man took Missy by force, stirring her desires and causing her to revile men. It was natural for Missy to run to Holly for comfort.
It was natural for Holly to comfort her in the only way she knew…
Only this time it wasn’t a game. This time it turned into a passion they couldn’t control… a passion stronger than the ties of their blood and which could only lead them to emotional chaos and personal disaster.

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I Am A Lesbian

Monarch MB529, 1962

Her Kind Of Love Was Different – But Was It Wrong?

Lee Chapman was a pseudonym of Marion Zimmer Bradley. Unrelated to this book of the same name, which is by Lora Sela, a pseudonym of Carol Hales

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The Case of the Attic Lover

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He was a prisoner of a woman’s lust

From the back:

Desire consumed her every night, every morning, every afternoon… Her husband couldn’t satisfy her and her lovers abandoned her because they couldn’t stand the pace. Then one day she met her match — and put into effect the lustful, cunning plan that led to violence and unbelievable crime.

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Arizona Jim

Popular Library 204 1949

The Fighting Parson From Tombstone
He Carried A Bible In One Hand And A Six-Shooter In The Other

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