He was driven by vengeance — until he saw the woman
This cover art was reused for a German edition of Shock Treatment by James Hadley Chase. The Stark House double volume of The Cheaters and Dial ‘M’ for Man did not reused the artwork. It used the original reference photograph.
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Later reprinted by Hard Case Crime. The cover was used on a number of foreign printings of different books.
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She was the promise of delight and almost the finish of Shell Scott
Three different covers for the same book, all by Baryé Phillips.
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The first one is by Earle Bergey.
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The Murder That Wouldn’t Stay Solved
Ze Laten Je Niet Met Rust! (Everybody Had a Gun)
De Moordenaar bekent (The Sucker Punch)
The complete set of Ian Fleming’s James Bond, as published in 2002 by Penguin.
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Rich man, con man, assassin, thief… they played the oldest — and deadliest — of games
“Get your clothes on — just enough to cover yourself, and get out of here.”
“You’ve gote to get out of here! Sergeant Sellers is on his way up.”
The first cover is from Dell #542, printed in 1951. When reprinted as #1542 in 1953, Dell censored the artwork. Dell reprinted this title again in 1961 with all new artwork by McGinnis.
When there’s no one else to turn to!
Amazon Gold: An ancient treasure rules men’s passion and greed
Drug Runner: Florida’s Cocaine Channel claims its last victim
Sorry, but I just couldn’t resist these.