Cover was later flipped and reused for Pick-Up
He Holed Up With A Helpless Lush
Theirs Was A Passion No Man Could Share!
She Was A Hollywood Star, But Her Home Was The Gutter…
From the back of Queer Affair:
SHE LOOKED AT HER -WITH WITH LUST!
WHEN she saw desire in the eyes of another woman, somehow Draga was not shocked. In fact, within her slim dancer’s body, she felt a strange hot stirring! This might be worth trying—an exciting adventure promising new thrills, illicit delights…. So Draga yielded her lovely, long-legged girlishness to unnatural embraces. She accepted the love of Jo Stanhope, a woman clever, handsome—and altogether corrupt. At first it was an ecstasy such as Draga had never known. Then she recognized her danger. She was on the brink of total perversion.
SHE TRIED TO ESCAPE, BUT JO TOOK A WHIP TO HER. DRAGA’S ONLY HOPE NOW WAS—A MAN!
How Far Will The Girls Go? How Do They Sweeten The Deal? How Do They Clinch The Sale?
She Begged For His Brutal Caresses
Stell lived and loved like an animal — A carnivorous beast!
From the back:
He Was Rotten — She Was Worse…!
She was such a gorgeous girl… and so willing! A brute like Stell had no trouble at all getting her to give him the kind of love he craved. But it was a mystery to him — and to everybody else — why she stood for his cruelties, why she took the blows that were part of his passion. After all, a kid with her class, her fresh clean beauty, could have any man she wanted. Stell’s brother, Mike for instance…
One night Stell tried to take her and she fought him off, taunting him to splurge his abusive love on some other woman. Then he found her and Mike together — and the dread secret was out. This sweet, lovely girl had hungers even more twisted than his own!
James T. Farrell – The Old Flame
Frank Kane – Lead Ache (Johnny Liddell)
Richard Deming – The Blonde in the Bar
Jack Webb – Broken Doll
Every boudoir was his office, every patient his plaything…
He was a brute who lived and loved like an animal — a carnivorous beast!
Confessions of a Psychiatrist has a stand-alone cover, as does The Woman He Wanted