5 IMPORTANT LESSONS YOU CAN LEARN BY READING BUST:
1. When you hire someone to kill your wife, don’t hire a psychopath.
2. Drano is not the best tool for getting rid of a dead body.
3. Those locks on hotel room doors? Not very secure.
4. A curly blond wig isn’t much of a disguise.
5. Secrets can kill.
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He’s Lost Everything — Except His Eye For Vengeance
The men in the tan-and-cream Chrysler came with guns blazing. When Ray Kelly woke up in the hospital, it was a month later, he was missing an eye, and his father was dead. Then things started to get bad.
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The view from the garden was beautiful — and tempting.
From the back:
She performed the lowest act she could think of, just to spite her errant husband. As a result a whole family was dragged to the very depths of depravity by a brutal man who used raw sex as a weapon of revenge. Included in his plans was Nono, the beautiful and tantalizing daughter whose poolside antics left nothing to the imagination.
“My goodness, Mr. Taylor,” Maureen murmured. “Haven’t you ever seen a nurse out of uniform before?”
Young, lush, golden-haired, she was the live-in nurse who tended Frank Taylor’s bedridden wife—and to Taylor himself, a tantalizing, just-out-of-reach goad to bottled-up passions. Then came the night he realized that the perfect female body beneath the starched white uniform was tormented by needs as fevered as his own, triggering his first step toward the limits of forbidden desire…
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Edit: Added the cover for this issue, which includes a different painting of this scene by Mort Kunstler, rather than Gil Cohen who did the interior illustration. via via
Hunt a cat, catch a tiger!
Also, ‘Cooked Alive in the Ring of Horror’, ‘We Are Your Geisha Slaves, Sgt. Joe’, ‘The Bordello Blitz of France’s Harlot Army’, and ‘I Am Making My Wife A Killer’
Notice that Major Drummond is apparently the pair of eyes peeping into this room, not the extremely unfortunate blonde surrounded by leering Nazis.
No woman was safe from his prying eyes.
Probes deeply into the strangest of sins — voyeurism!
A doctor’s realistic report on the darker side of love and sexual impulses gone wild