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


The Old Man’s Place

The Old Man's Place by John Sanford, Doubleday, 1953 thumbnail
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The Old Man's Place by John Sanford, Doubleday, 1953
Doubleday 251, 1953

The  brutal story of three moral outcasts — of the evil plot and the doom they meet


Once There Was A Virgin

Exotic Novel #7, April 1950

Her Flesh Was Gold… Worth Dough To Any Man!


Backwater Woman


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.