Kill Me On The Ginza

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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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Find This Woman (1958)

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

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Thy Name Is Woman

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The tropical heat reached a crescendo when he brought his new wife to camp

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A Stone for Danny Fisher (1964)

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A harsh but compassionate novel of life in New York’s toughest slum

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