Dark Streets Of Paris (Original Title: Lucifer’s Dream)

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Dark Streets of Paris (Lucifer's Dream) paperback cover, 1954
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The Story Of Two Lovers Without Shame

From the back:

Women Who Pay

Marceau had known only the sordid streets of Paris, when he was picked up by the seductive Madame Alice. She introduced him to a world of luxury — of wealthy women willing to pay for their entertainment.

Alice’s power over Marceau was complete, until he met Dominique — and knew he must destroy the woman who had corrupted him, or lead an innocent girl into hopeless depravity.

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4 thoughts on “Dark Streets Of Paris (Original Title: Lucifer’s Dream)”

  1. No, it is not Raymond Johnson. The faces (nose, eyes), the woman’s hair, shades, the technic of painting, nothing matches.
    Frankly, one can only think of Pease.

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