Blackmail was the bid — but the stakes were murder
One Mink Coat plus Five Gorgeous Females equals A Sexual Riot With No Holds Barred
Because nothing causes dames to riot faster than a 1-in-5 chance of getting a fur coat.
Snared In A Tangled Web Of Woman-Lust, Lorraine Could Not Resist — The Narrow Line
A Powerful Novel Of A Woman Irresistibly Drawn To Her Own Sex — Compulsively Driven To Cross The Thin Line Into The Land Of Deviate Desire!
Ravished by a stranger, she sank into a swamp of bisexual love…
From the back of The Narrow Line:
Lorraine — desired by men — desirous of women!
Lorraine — who gave herself to men — then took their women!
Lorraine — alluring, seductive — and admittedly lesbian!
Lorraine — who could not resist The Strange Allure…
Lorraine — Lovely, Luscious — And In Love With Her Lover’s Wife!
Also, The U.S. Skipper Who Outfoxed Japan’s Super Battleship and The Day The Panzers Raided France’s City of Beautiful Women
Also, “Free Love” Schulmeister’s Fraulein Club
The British Blunder That Lost 500 GI Lives — Tactical error? Sellout? Act of cowardice? There’s never been an explanation for this 24-ship half-a-billion-dollar tragedy…
Also featuring Daytime: Miss Society, Nighttime: “Any Bed” Dolly — The blonde scandal that set the world on its heels and The Great Tramp Army That Held The Hills Of Cyclades — From deep in the Greek mountains they engaged the enemy, a wonderful, straw-hatted, tobacco-chewing, death-dealing hero brigade
Magazines in 1960 saved on printing costs by keeping full-color pages to a minimum, using mostly two-color images for illustrations. In this case, the publisher only wanted to pay for one full-color page for this two-page story spread, so Charles Copeland actually painted this image half color, half duotone.
Also features Confessions of a Jet Set Call Doll
Also featuring Yank Who Beat The Russians To A Billion Dollar Oil Fortune
Wild And Seductive, She Used Her Honeyed Body As A Death-Trap For Two Lifelong Buddies
Wanted: Men For A Land Full Of Beautiful, Willing, Wealthy Women, Object: Matrimony