Naked Acre (Original Title: The Wing And The Yoke)


Bitter Yearnings on a Lonely Farm


Backwater Woman

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Backwater Woman paperback cover, 1957

She Used Her Sex To Survive

From the back:

A Lusty Novel By The Author Of Riverboat Girl

The peaceable, easy-livin’ houseboat folk up along the Slough had never seen a creature the likes of that backwater woman named Feline. Soon as she sashayed her saucy prettiness into Spike Rudd’s cabin, she stirred up a torrent of greed, lust and violent jealousies. And all Miss Feline did was to wiggle a bit and display a good deal of her virginal charms. Not meaning any harm, mind you! For Feline was just an eager little gal wanting to reach straight up for a “man on top of the pile,” a man of property. How Feline got her man, and how she got the clan in a riotous uproar, with man against man and woman against woman and all of them against kitten-cunning Feline, makes for a roaringly ribald tale of lusty, earthy American primitives that you won’t soon forget.

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Backwoods Bride

Cameo 329 1953

The passionate story of an innocent girl of the woods, her brutal husband, and a man who loved her.

Second edition is here


Dirt Farm

Uni Book 51 1953

Amid These Fields Grew The Fruits Of Paradise — And Strange Evils Flourished Like Rank Weeds!


Girl of the Slums

Venus Books 121 1951

Sin Street Was Her Beat

Possibly unrelated to this book of the same name


Shack Woman

Intimate Novel 34 1953

The Story Of A Girl And Her Disgrace
Her lover was a brute — her husband was a drunkard — her friends were the dregs of the town!


Tainted Wife

Fabian Z-118 1959

It was just Molly and Fred that day — alone in the loft — while the weather threatened to ruin the hay


Cropper’s Cabin


There Lives Were A Whirlwind Of Greed, Passion And Violence…

The 1952 edition is here


Shack Woman

Beacon B257 1959

The Story Of A Bewitching Tramp — Whose Brazen Affairs Shocked An Entire Town!

From the back:

THEY gave Vida a shivaree on her wedding night. The dregs of the town invaded her shack, pulled her brand-new man out of bed, made cruel sport him — while committing indignities upon Vida’s pretty person…
But maybe she deserved it. After all, when she had married this drunken outcast, she’d been carrying another man’s child. For her delight had been to shamelessly roam the back country, there throw herself wantonly at oafs like Barney Williamson. . .
It was a habit not easily broken. Although another man’s bride now, Vida had to admit that she liked it when Barny paid her his special attention. . . liked it well enough to vow to keep Barney all to herself. Then one day in the woods, she came across her passion-starved sister Grace, in a man’s fevered embrace. . . Barney’s fevered embrace!


Farm Girl (Original Title: Anna Luhanna)

Readers Choice Library #31 1951

She Lived Like A Wicked, Little Animal


End of a J.D.


A love in a leather jacket, a slum-kid with a switch-blade — and all mixed up with the wrongest woman in town