The Girl Who Was Possessed

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A luscious witch practices sorcery and sins herself into an early grave

From the back:

The Voodoo she’d do would drive men wild. Her naked body glowed in the black candlelight as she danced with sensual abandon. She was a witch, a wanton. She played the devil, and she wound up dead! Homicide lieutenant Al Wheeler learns all about sorcery when he investigates the death of a beautiful hex-cat and smashes into a cult of weird worshipers who crave sensation, sin, and Satan.

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Secrets of the Delphi Oracle

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Also, ‘How Your Mind Can Move Matter’ and ‘The Haunted Hapburgs’

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De Terugkeer van Zij (The Return of She)

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By H. Rider Haggard. Published by Internationale Roman Maatschappij in 1923 in the Beroemde Meesterwerken series.

You can read the full text of Ayesha, the Return of She at Project Gutenberg here.

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I Was Shipwrecked On The World’s Strangest Nudist Island

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Also, ‘My Bike, My Girl and To Hell With You!’ and ‘Memoirs of a Nymphomaniac’

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The Beasts Who Were Once Men

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This poor woman is being drilled, snake harassed & branded, which might seem like overkill to some people.

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