The Weekend Group

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Beacon Books The Weekend Group S95153
Beacon Books S95153, n.d., ca 1970

They switched and swapped till they were dizzy with thrills! New partners all the time—such marvelous sexy fun. Or was it?

This artwork was originally used for Dial “M” For Man before being altered.

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First Love

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Was It Love… Or Desire… Or Both?

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The Saturday Night Party (1963)

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The revealing story of those cozy suburban developments and the planned promiscuity among their bored, hard-drinking, hot-handed young couples.
To the fast “Garden Apartment” crowd, making love to someone else’s mate was as casual as taking a drink.

The 1972 edition is here

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The Man Who Had Too Much To Lose

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A beauty and a beast — and a ruthless killer hunting both!

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Dial “M” For Man

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Beacon Books B465F, 1962
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When this woman wanted love she knew what to do — 

Hob Sampson was a local businessman who walked in on trouble every time a lonely wife like Doris Condon phoned for help. The beautiful Mrs. Condon’s husband left her cold — and she wanted a man around the house day and night!

Behind The “Respectable” Front Door In Suburbia

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Sex Is A Woman

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Sex Is A Woman by Sheldon Lord 1963.
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It’s a discontented young wife like Lana… A youthful widow like Nancy, empty… aching… A matron like Louise, beckoning men with her body… And They All Turned To Dr. Paul Dobson

From the back:

Has Suburbia Become Sexurbia?
Here’s a burning, powerful story of crumbling morals in the American suburban community. A doctor who forgets his Hippocratic oath to become amorously involved with his wealthy patients. A young widow hungry for love. A divorcee four times, ready for any indecent proposition. The doctor’s own wife, whose paramour is her own brother-in-law.
A man loses himself, his wife, his ideals and his prestige as a physician in the suburban sex-shuffle that is fast becoming a national disease.

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The Sisters (1966)

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Can a call girl really enjoy love the way other women do?
A frank portrait of two girls in the world’s oldest profession — and an intimate picture of the sensual life they shared!

This cover was originally used for Dial “M” For Man

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Murder on the Links

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A sound made her look up. Hercule Poirot was standing in the doorway…

… peeping up her skirt? Seriously, what is going in this picture?!

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Another Man’s Murder

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Death disrupts the serenity of a tradition-bound Southern plantation

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The Demise of a Louse

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A Louse Is A Louse And When You Corner One — You’re Both In A Trap

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