Desire Under The Sun

Midwood NO.F97 1961

A novel as violent and as passionate as the desert… The moving story of a beautiful Mexican girl and the men who used her with brutal lust.

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Sex Ranch

Midwood 34-965 1968

Officially it was a dude ranch but its real purpose was to give bored women what they wanted — anything they wanted.

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Campus Queen

Midwood 33-682 1965

She Played The Game — And Won

From the back:

After a year of college, Nancy. found that books, alone, could not teach her what she wanted to learn. This is the story about a beautiful girl and her quest to discover the facts-of-life.

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Obsession (1965)

Midwood 32-510 1965

There wasn’t anything she wouldn’t do to be alone with this strange and sensual creature

From the back:

The Velvet Trap
She had wanted only to be loved, to be desired, to please and be pleased. Somehow, somewhere during her quest for fulfillment, she’d become both the used and the user, the subject and the object, a creature of both ecstasy and despair.
Was this to be her fate: to be a mere plaything of these savage, lusting women… a helpless victim of their strange sickness? Was this to be her life: to be passed around among these hard and voracious creatures who cared nothing about her feelings but only her body… who took without giving, seeking only to satisfy their own depraved and jaded needs?
HOW HAD IT STARTED? HOW WOULD IT END?

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Ripe

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Midwood Books F164, 1962
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Suzi came of age in the world of high fashion and low morals

From the back:

GIRL IN A WOMAN’S BODY
Biologically, Suzi needed all the fulfillment of a healthy woman. Psychologically, she was a naive girl who believed fashion models only had to be beautiful to get ahead. Then Stan began to teach her the facts of life right there on his soft office rug, while the man she loved waited in the lobby.

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The Poisoned Pussy (The Lady from L.U.S.T. #9)

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Tower Books 45-212 1969
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Sock It To Me, Says Eve Drum… Which  Is What They’re All Dying To Try — And Die Trying

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The Platinum Trap

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From the tip of her toes to her platinum top Joan Browne’s body was a devouring trap that fed her greed for fame and pleasure

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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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Twice With Julie (1965)

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He had failed, just as had a hundred others, to satisfy the incredible passion that drove her from town to town, from man to man.

From the back:

THE MORE SHE HAD … THE MORE SHE NEEDED!
He had fallen in love with a girl who lived in constant torment, a girl who spent every waking moment in desperate need of sex, a girl who was never without need of a man, any man, a girl who was beyond caring who or what or where or how as long as there was someone seeking to appease the fiery hungers that burned so intensely within her feverish body! He had fallen in love with a girl some called a swinger, others called a tramp, still others knew as a prostitute… but he alone knew was the odd breed of female described by psychiatrists as a
NYMPHOMANIAC

The 1962 edition, with a cover by Maguire, is here

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The Seduction Game

Midwood 33-882 1967

Excited by the same man, mother and daughter played a dangerous game — and only one could survive.

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Open House

Midwood 32-464 1965

How could she warn her teenage daughter without exposing the sordid truth of her own relationship with their virile young boarder?

The artwork for this was later reversed and recycled for Bee-Line #211 – The Love Racket

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Finders Keepers (Original Title: Ladder Of Flesh)

Midwood 32-484 1965

She was a play-toy for a strange breed of older, wealthy women… women who knew her weakness and how to exploit it.

We have two different covers for this novel under the original title Ladder Of Flesh. This cover art was later used for The Bitter Flesh.

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Co-Ed With Class / Out For Kicks

Midwood Books 34-709, 1966

Two Exciting Stories About Young Women & The School Days They Would Never Forget

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