Love Doctor (1959)

Stanley Library SL-70 1959

His Man Starved Female Patients Wouldn’t Let Him be True to His Torrid Wife!

From the back:

Their marriage—the young, handsome doctor and the beautiful blonde—got started wrong.
Clyde’s gentle, Dresden-doll approach to Norma was out of character—but he couldn’t help himself… couldn’t help the mental block that rooted in his childhood.
Reacting to her aloofness, he acquired a mistress while on his honeymoon—and went back to his inveterate girl chasing… till
Norma caught him cold, and walked out—going back to her first boy-friend, a live-wire public relations executive who had taught her the passion and violence of love.
This is life—raw, harsh, ruthless—the way people like Clyde and Norma make it for themselves! A NOVEL THAT DISSECTS THE SHAM OF ATOMIC-AGE LOVE!

A 1961 edition is here

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The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: Sixth Series

The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction, Sixth Series 1957

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The Hypnotist

PEC Book N 143 (1966)

From the back:

John Meridith Swift was only 14 years old and he was quite impressed by the hypnotist he’d seen. It wasn’t surprising that he tried to imitate the man, but, as he discovered with young Nancy next door, he had to give his voice time to mature a little.
He never lost his fascination for the art, however, and much later . . . in his last year at college, he had the opportunity for an interesting experiment. One which caused a young virgin to turn up pregnant; almost costing her life and sanity . . . and John’s as well .. .

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Liza’s Apartment

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Everything Men Wanted Was Available In — Liza’s Apartment
A Searing Expose Of The ‘Newly Renovated’ Apartment Racket And The Gorgeous Girls Hired To Keep Tenants Happy

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