William the Cannibal

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They fell upon the unwary traveller and dragged him with savage whoops and cries to the fire. There they bound him to a tree and danced around brandishing sticks and chanting wild songs. Then they cooked him in a cauldron over a blazing fire, and ate him. Ginger was the first traveller, then it was Henry’s turn, and then Douglas’s. Finally William was eaten, his dying groans arousing real admiration. Altogether being cannibals was jolly good fun.

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The Canvas Coffin

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Ringside violence — And a brutal bedroom murder!

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He was a Vice President in charge of lust!

I need to find a better scan of this cover.

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Hot Pants Homo

All Star Book AS-22 1964

Apparently, the man romancing the nice young women on this cover is gay.

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Long Time No Leola

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She was Hollywood… She was sex… She was gone — really gone. Why would a movie queen do a disappearing act when she could make a killing at home?

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Wild Honey

Midwood Books F236, 1963

Jim sipped the wild honey of infidelity in the arms of his neighbor’s wife

From the back:

Having an attractive wife did not keep Jim from thinking about how pleasant it would be to sample his neighbor’s wife. When his chance came, Jim took more than a sample—once he had tasted the wild honey of infidelity he could not get enough. No woman in the neighborhood was safe from this sex-obsessed man. But then came Gloria, the beautiful visitor, and in one tumultuous act of lust and violence Jim learned the high price of wild honey.

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Blonde on the Spot

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By Hank Janson: Best of Tough Gangster Story Authors

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Yesterday’s Virgin

Midwood Books F221, 1962

I knew what a girl had to do to join the gang. Who cares — eventually they’d have raped me anyway.

I am getting a lot more use out of the “Helpless Women” tag than I ever expected, and I expected to use it a lot.

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Tent-Show Bride

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The Carnival Stripper’s Reward Was — Degradation!

From the back:

When a marijuana scandal makes life intolerable for young Gay Leslie in her home town, she runs off with a carnival show as ballyhoo girl. Soon, in her innocence, she succumbs to the sweet talk and gorgeous body of Apollo, the strong-man with the show. The the glamor of carnival life quickly disappears, to be replaced by sordidness and cruelty. For Apollo turns out to be a mighty lover–but also a jealous, calculating madman! He makes Gay perform as the carnival stripper, each day forcing her to sink lower into degradation. Gay cannot resist this cruel, queer love–nor his reckless exploitation of her beauty. The giant is too strong, too dangerous! But she does find a haven in the arms of another man–who struggles with Apollo to break the fetters which enslave her…”