Kid Sister

Midwood #32506 1965 thumbnail
Midwood #32-506 1965 thumbnail
Midwood #32-506 1965 Back thumbnail
Midwood #32506 1965
Midwood #32-506 1965
Midwood #32-506 1965 Back

She wondered what her brother would do when he realized he was sharing his new bride with his own… Kid Sister

From the back:

SO YOUNG, SO WICKED
She came out of a girls’ reform school and into her brother’s home. It became a delightful game, seducing her brother’s pretty and passionate young wife, introducing her to the kind of sensuality that had run rampant in the girls’ dormitories at the reform school. It amused her to watch her victim struggle with guilt and shame, only to fall prey to her awakened needs every time her husband left them alone together. It gave her perverse pleasure to see the seduced become the insatiable aggressor, willing to submit to any and every demand, willing to endanger her marriage, willing to sacrifice her self-respect!

This cover has been my own personal white whale. I have been looking for a decent scan since 2010.

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9 thoughts on “Kid Sister”

      1. Thanks for the replay. I’ll make it a personal challenge to hunt down this book. If I’m able to get a hold of it, I’ll make an effort to scan the book and share it with everyone. Something this rare shouldn’t be just sitting in someone’s collection without people not enjoying this part of pop culture/ pulp fiction of the past.

      2. Thank for responding. That’s unfortunate. I think stuff like this should be archived and shared with anyone interested and not just sitting in some collectors collection. This is part of part of pop culture history.

        I’m going to make an effort to find this book. If I’m lucky and I’m able to get a hold of this book, I’ll scan the book and share it to anyone interested. Given the age, I’m sure the book falls under public domain right now.

  1. For the last couple of months I was on a pulp fiction reading binge and ran into this genre.. I took a gamble and read Spring Fire. That was some f’ed up ending. After reading the back cover of Kid Sister, I think things will end far worse than Spring Fire.

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