Mutiny In Space

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Castaways of the universe — marooned on a lost planet of war-crazed females!

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Homicide Johnny

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“Everybody Wanted Her — Even The Killer!”

“Evil Was All Around Her and There Was No Escape”

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Make Me An Offer (Original Title: The Gilded Hearse)

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I have to say, I find her offer compelling.

The Gilded Hearse can be seen here and here.

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The Wizard Of Venus

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Book by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Cover by Roy Krenkel.

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Rawhide Killer

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“Raw violence rips the town as settlers and Indians fight for gold!”

The Big Wheel

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Behind-the-scenes on a weekly news-magazine… the loves, the hates, the drive for money and power.

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Affair in Capri (Original Title: The Capri Letters)

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A novel dealing with the conflict between puritan morals and pagan sensuality.

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Forbid Me Not (Original Title: A Far Place) (1958)

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Frenzy and Crisis in the Heart of the Aftrican Night

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The Chief Sexecutive

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For a little guy, he sure made it big!

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Murder Is Served

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Would you kill a man you hated — For thirty million dollars?

Best things about this cover

    • OK, remember that’s “thirty million dollars” in late ’40s dollars, so I believe the answer to the question is “hell yes.”
    • Love his expression—I believe he is telling that lady, “You got served!”
    • In turn, I believe the lady is either mimicking masturbation or trying (unsuccessfully, by the look of it) to make cutlery disappear.
    • “You call those boobs!?”—sorry, just thinking of more things that guy might be saying.
    • Her: “I made you a canoe out of a napkin and this is how you thank me!?” I could go on all day. This one painting is like an endless one-act play.

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