The Peeper

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No woman was safe from his prying eyes.
Probes deeply into the strangest of sins — voyeurism!

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Sex Fiend

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A doctor’s realistic report on the darker side of love and sexual impulses gone wild

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The Sad-Eyed Seductress

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One look at her and Danny Boyd knew — a blonde with her kind of eyes… would be murder!!!

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Unwittingly, He Trained a Dolphin To Kill The President of the United States

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It was only a matter of time…

Blood on the Brand

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The Exciting Story of a Mounty and a Girl-Scout Practicing Ballroom Dancing!

Girls Behind Prison Bars

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Also, I Rode With the Arab Raiders, The Street of Man-Hungry Girls and King of the Hunted

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Victims of the Vortex

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Their destiny was to meet as… Victims of the Vortex

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Tragedy of Stalin’s Beautiful Girl Spy

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Also, ‘More About the G-String Murders’ and a guy fighting a shark with a knife.

Body Snatchers

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Also, Nudist Murder Case, which would make a great name for a band. Classic cover swiped from the April 1937 issue of Saucy Detective.

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The Pulp Paintings of George Gross

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According to pulp writer Bill Cox, “George Gross could do exciting paintings even when there were no scantily clad damsels around, and what’s more amazing, Fiction House let him!” Of course, he could also do well with the scantily clad damsels.

These are paintings commissioned as cover art, but are not the covers themselves.

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