The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing

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The playboy, the beauty, the artist, and the murder that shocked the world

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Captain Seadog

Pocket Books 1237 1959

He Fought For Queen, For Country, And For The Love Of The Passionate Woman He Was Forbidden To Mary

From the back:

RED WINE…FAIR WOMEN… FABULOUS WEALTH…
These were the rewards Michael Goddard dreamed of when he returned to England with a treasure taken at sword’s point from the proud galleons of the Spanish Main. But instead, Goddard was falsely accused of treachery to Queen Elizabeth. He was left to rot in a dungeon. Then, suddenly and mysteriously, he was helped to escape. His rescuer was a ravishingly beautiful woman he had never even seen before. And the mystery deepened when Good Queen Bess herself ordered him to perform a service upon which hung the fate of all England. Was this just another trap baited by an English beauty? Or was it the way for this lusty swords-man to regain his honor and his glittering fortune? What was Goddard to believe?

This entire book can be downloaded here

Seven Seas #1

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Seven Seas Winter 1953
Seven Seas Issue #1 Winter 1953
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The only issue of this short-lived pulp, the entire issue can be downloaded here

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The Cockeyed Corpse (1964)

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Murder on the hoof, a very special brand of cowgirl–and the fastest gun at the dude ranch arrives at a gallop… Who else but Shell Scott?

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On You It Looks Good

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Turn a sheltered girl loose to face LIFE and a JOB in a glamorous departments store, and the result is a wildly funny, unforgettable book

From the back:

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO PHYLLIS MANDELBAUM?
She was 22 years old. She was 5’6″ and weighed 124—when she took off her charm bracelet. And she looked like Ava Gardner. She had everything going for her. Tall men, short men, fat men, thin men…. But she wasn’t married. And her grandmother, who was the nervous type, had been at her life’s work—Finding a Husband for Phyllis—since Phyllis was 8. At 22, Phyllis had one goal; a career—far away from Grandmother.
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO PHYLLIS MANDELBAUM
A job interview in the most chic department store in town, closely followed by Sales Slip Drill; the staff psychologist who kept his patients—and his couch—in the dark; the Wealthy Wolf (disguised as the store owners’ son); the apartment furnished with one roommate and the roommate’s weekend lover; and …
But what happened to Phyllis Mandelbaum is too hilarious to give away. Do it the fun way. Buy the book and see for yourself!

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Over Her Dead Body

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Shell Scott was being hounded to death — by bombs, bullets and blondes!

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Kill Me On The Ginza

Berkley Books Y626, 1962

Burns Bannion tangles with sex and karate in the bloody streets of Tokyo

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Find This Woman (1964)

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Shell Scott was baffled — every girl he met insisted she was the one he was looking for!

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The Loving And The Dead (1959)

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Introducing Mavis Seidlitz, the torrid blonde private eye who plays hard and fast with men… money… and murder.

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Lie Down, Killer (1961)

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The first time she double-crossed him, it broke his heart. The next time it was MURDER

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Take A Murder, Darling (1962)

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Man, oh, man, she was slaying me, inch by inch — smile by smile!

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