The Hidden Treasure Of The Sacred Cobra!

True Men Stories February 1967

Also featuring a lot of exclamation points; How A Mate-Change Club Checks Up On New Members!, I Survived The Great Turkish Earthquake!, D-Day On The Beach Of Fedhala!, and Just Help Us Escape From Red China!

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The Eternal Now

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Is One Man Enough For Any Woman?

Battle Cry June 1968

Also, Sex City — Every Man’s Paradise — Miami Beach!, I Was The Guide For A White Slave Safari!, and The Prostitute Who Dealt In Sin Drugs And Murder!

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The Mad Nymphomaniac Of Avalon

All Man - Spetember 1965

Her Uninhibited Antics Turned A Boating Party Into An Orgy Of Horror

Also featuring How They Make Sex Movies!, The Reds Sentenced Me To Death!, and Count de Sade: King Of Pain

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The Rich Crowd (Original Title: Swords And Scepters, Coins And Cups)

Fawcett P1730 1972

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Frenzy (Original Title: Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square)

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Queen Of Pain

Man's Adventure March 1965

Also, Exposing The Vice Operations In The Most Wide Open City In The World , and In The Most Wide Open Season In The World

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A Corpse For Christmas (Carter Brown)

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Al Wheeler comes down the chimney and finds hot tempers, hot chicks, and one warm corpse… all sizzling like snow in July

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Too Many Women (1950)

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He Declined Her Favours…. And Faced Death

Not related to any of these books of the same name, or Too Many Women and Too Much Murder

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