Scandalous French Doctor (1959)

Bedside Books 1959

The fascinating story of the loves and forbidden desires of a girl-hungry French Doctor in Paris!

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The Faster We Live

Monarch Books #239 - 1962

She gave herself to the right man — at the wrong time

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There was $200,000 in the bank and they wanted it —these four amateur bandits who were out to use the crowds at the Indianapolis Speedway as their cover –before and after the robbery.
MYLES THORBECK wanted his share of the loot for easy living. His brother, HOWIE, wanted to buy the respect of his nymphomaniac wife, FAYE. FLOYD WARREN needed to be a big shot.
And RYAN KENDALL was just along for the ride — until his intimate emotional involvement with beautiful and eager VICKI TAYLOR precipitated a conflict of interests between them all that threatened to blow sky-high an otherwise perfect crime.

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The Unfaithful

Beacon B811X - 1965

When the research laboratory moved to the suburbs, it brought glamorous jobs and sexual freedom to the commuters’ bored wives…
The Long Awaited Novel That Tells Frankly Of The Various Causes Of Adultery!

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Turn On The Heat (Hard Case Crime)

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This novel has been published several times before. This particular cover features a cover painting by Laurel Blechman, working from reference photos shot by the legendary pulp illustrator Robert Maguire

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Forever And A Death

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… A Fortune in Stolen Gold …A Device That Will Kill Millions …And Just One Man Can Stop It!

This novel began life as a draft screenplay for a James Bond movie, but it was eventually rejected. Westlake went ahead and wrote it up anyway, but it wasn’t published until 2017, a decade after his death.

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Snatch

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Kidnappings Make Headlines — And Vice Versa

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The Barbarians

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Roman legions locked in a death-struggle with the barbaric splendor of Carthage

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Trouble Valley

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Gun-blazing range war – and the Double-D riders take a six-gun detour past crooked courts and a bribed sheriff

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