They Lived for Sin, Sun, and Sudden Death
They were a wild groups of young Americans on a surfing and sex binge that had taken them halfway across the world — and lurking among them was a Red killmaster out to trigger a three-continent orgy of subversion and murder. Then a Yank undercover man infiltrated their treacherous ranks, moving up a girl by girl, thrill by thrill ladder in search of his deadly quarry, aware that a single false move would throw him into the path of a tidal wave of violent revenge…
And just in case that doesn’t sound awesome enough for you, that guy has a .30 caliber medium machine gun mounted on his surfboard. Top that!
Also includes ‘Nation-Wide Shame of Teen-Age Sin Clubs’, ‘Crawling Death Rides My Cockpit’, and ‘Death Fight For Love at the Slaughterhouse Bordello’
Reluctant to do what, I wonder?
Al Wheeler is stuck with a dad man at his feet — and three high-living females on his hands…
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The Wild Days and Nights of Belle Boyd — The Notorious Confederate Spy
The Love Life of a Handsome Heel
A tough, realistic novel of show business by one of America’s top comedians of television, screen and radio.
A luscious witch practices sorcery and sins herself into an early grave
From the back:
The Voodoo she’d do would drive men wild. Her naked body glowed in the black candlelight as she danced with sensual abandon. She was a witch, a wanton. She played the devil, and she wound up dead! Homicide lieutenant Al Wheeler learns all about sorcery when he investigates the death of a beautiful hex-cat and smashes into a cult of weird worshipers who crave sensation, sin, and Satan.
Passions and Debauchery Explode in History’s Most Wicked City
Shouldn’t that be “cities”?
A beautiful nature girl and secret agent James Bond battle a power-mad maniac on a secluded island of death
The artist read the book! Honeychile Ryder is described wearing a loose cotton shirt and belt, carrying a knife, when she and Bond explore No’s island.
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From The Deadly September, retouched by the awesome Jeremy Hodges