Nurses’ Quarters

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BEACON #316 1960
Beacon B315 1960

A Daring Novel Of Young Women Who Live In Close Proximity… And Closer Intimacy!

From the back:

This is the story of lovely women… lonely women… women who drift into the ways of unnatural love. What makes them what they are? Is there some unwholesome predisposition, some twisted experience of childhood, that nurtures the growth of these “flowers of evil”? Or does the noxious phenomenon inevitably occur when girls are herded together, as in schools, camps — and nurses’ quarters?
CLAIRE AND HER LOVERS…
Consider three lovely nurses at Mercy Hospital. Young Claire Hainsby’s innocence had kept her flesh so starved that she became easy prey for warped Birdie Mathews. Once tainted, Claire sank to battling sensual Nesta Johnson for Birdie’s practiced and cynical love. Yet honey-gold Claire was attractive to men—one or two even lured her into passionate interludes. Could these experiences save her from the netherworld of her depraved emotions?
A COURAGEOUS NOVEL! READERS WILL WATCH WITH FASCINATION CLAIRE’S STRUGGLE TO ESCAPE…

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Nora Was A Nurse

MacFadden Books #34-107, 1962

She Thought Of Herself Only As A Dedicated Nurse Until She Learned She Was Also A Woman

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Black Murder

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Bachelor Nurse

Beacon B493F 1961

Meg Gwyn was a beautiful sex-driven nurse without scruples, who neglected her patients and left her post to keep a passion tryst

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Mr. Maddox and the Gray Ghost

DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE. July 1938

Also featuring Race Williams! A Corpse For A Corpse and Footprints On A Brain

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Registered Nympho

Companion Book 524 1967

Her Ethics Gave Way To Her Urges

A 1967 reprint of Nurse Carolyn, with minor changes, by Cornith/Greenleaf’s Companion series, with Robert Silverberg’s pen name changed from Loren Beauchamp to Don Elliott.

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Nurse Carolyn (1960)

Midwood F292 1960

She was just what the doctor ordered, but more than the patient could take.

This is the second edition. First edition is here.

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Nurse Carolyn

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MATERNITY WARD by Joseph Como, All Star Book #AS 135, 1967

She Was Not Only Good For Her Patients… She Was Good To Them

An Intimate Peek Into The Extra-Curricular Duties Of a Very Private Nurse!

Cover art was reused for Maternity Ward by Joseph Como, All Star Book #AS 135, 1967

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