I Found A Queen Of Diamonds

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Also featuring, Africa’s “Port of Instant Bliss”, Girls Were Mussolini’s Secret Weapons, Gentle Art of Wenching, and Beach Blondes Of Scandinavia

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If you like first-person stories of guys finding things, don’t miss such other exciting tales as:

I Found A Pirate Queen

I Found a Jungle Temptress

I Found The Valley of Allah

I Found The Mummies of Peru

I Found Colombia’s Underwater City Of Gold

I Found A Pirate Queen

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Apparently, a Pirate Queen dresses like a Turkish Harem Slave Girl. Be sure to not get them confused.

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I Fought The Suez Sea Beast

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Also, ‘The Man Who Sweet-Talks Murder’, ‘Are Other Worlds Watching Us?’, and ‘Can Sex Enslave Your Mind?’

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I Fought The Sea Killer

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Also, ‘Don’t Buy Bottled Love’, ‘I Saw The Cobra Strike’, and ‘Our Strange Devil Worship Cults’

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City Of The Night — The Place Where Anything Goes

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Hark Africa

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I have to say, she looks like she could be either Latin American or South Pacific Islander, but not African.

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The Sailor and the Monkey

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“In 1935, Walter Baumhofer did these three covers for ADVENTURE magazine. We aren’t aware of any particular reason why these paintings were done, such as for a series running in the magazine. Baumhofer and the editor were jusk monkeying around and came up with the idea and ran with it through the year. They are just a delightful trio of paintings and a excellent example of why Baumhofer is considered one of the greatest pulp artists ever.”

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Pecos Bill: The Hardest Man Of All

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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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Monster of the Casbah

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Also, Boudoir Brigadier and Are You A “Love Coward”

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The Love Raiders

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Also, ‘Are You A Real Man?’, ‘Are You Fit For Mariage?’, and ‘The Sex Queen of the Civil War’

Lured By The Girl Of The Lost City

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Also, ‘Girls Of The Garden of Eden’, and ‘Travel Guide For Men: Bikinis of Romania’

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