Different (1960)

Different, paperback cover, 1960 thumbnail
Beacon #B311 1960 thumbnail
BEACON B311 1960 thumbnail
Different, paperback cover, 1960
Beacon #B311 1960
BEACON B311 1960

Society Uses An Ugly Word To Describe These Women!
The Strange Story Of Two Who Dared To Share Everything…

From the back:

Gail Hastings had money, fame and beauty — yet these did not make her happy. What she wanted above all else was forbidden in polite society, banned by conventional morality. This is a problem far more common than generally realized. How can women in Gail’s position cope with life? Her own choice was to go after what she hungered for — even if it meant a descent into the gutter…

But Gail, inevitably, dragged down another girl with herself — the young and lovely Angela Winters. There was also the complication of Diana King, who changed husbands the way she changed evening gowns and was always ready to experiment.
True, one man might have saved Gail from her shame — but Angela stole him, and Gail was left adrift, with no way to go but down…

One Of The Most Daring Tales Ever Told — Frankly Probing Areas Of Human Behavior Which Long Have Cried Out For Closer Examination And Greater Understanding

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