Die, Baby, Die

PEC Books N-157 1967

From the back:

Deke Fagin, known to all members of the Syndicate and the police as the ‘Investigator’ was assigned the task of finding the murderer, or murderers, of one of Annie’s girls and a trick who turned out to be the only son and heir of wealthy, influential Wilma Van Dyke. The assignment should have been an easy one, but Deke ran into a series of com-plications . . . like dope, missing persons, more murder and a new mob doing their best to muscle in on the Syndicates operation.
In fitting together the pieces of the jig-saw of violence and death Deke is constantly in grave danger himself and ends up on a cold, lonely beach, begging some cop to give him aid.

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The Dark Tunnel

Lion Books 48 1950

The Story Of A Homosexual Spy

From the back:

The strong and delicate shape of her head was the same and her body was as I remembered it. Slim and straight as a boy’s, with small, high breasts and narrow hips and firm legs like a dancer’s . . .
As he remembered it! The only difference was—this was not a woman but a man! A man who loved other men. A man who was a spy.

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Witch on Wheels

UniBook No. 66 1953

The Intimate Secrets Of A Gambling Woman!
A Powerful Expose Of The Gambling Underworld And Of The Frenzied People Who Live In It!
She’d do anything for money — ANYTHING!

Later republished by Beacon

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

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Bitter Yearnings on a Lonely Farm

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The Lady In The Morgue

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Who Was She? Who Stole The Corpse? Why Did She Die?

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Puta (Original Title: Born To Be Bad)

Midwood 165, 1962

Rita wanted to be good, but when she was bad she was better.
Her mother was a Spanish prostitute — a “puta’, her father unknown. How could she be anything more that what she was?

This novel by Lawrence Block was previously published as Born To Be Bad in 1959, and was later published again under that title in 1967

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Restless Women

52470762083-Beacon Books B303, 1960

An intimate portrayal of the lonely female— Thirsting for fulfillment— Starving for love—

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Unfaithful

Avon 836 1955

Her past was bad, her present — worse…

This book was previously published as Avon 647

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Tight Skirt

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1952, Cameo Books #321
Star Books No. 227 1954

Four People Alone In A Mountain Cabin Find That Love Knows No Laws Except Its Own Driving Need!

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