Her Color Was No Barrier – To Men
From the back:
Sultry And Sophisticated
In the stifling heat and melting nights of the tropics, love comes naturally to Pierre, the exiled Frenchman, and Liana, native wife of the richest man on the island. In a realistic analysis of a woman’s degradation, this novel handles a delicate subject with frankness and power.
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Bony forsakes the outback when a capricious killer menaces a town
Featuring the aboriginal detective Napoleon Bonaparte.
via Greg McCambley
Explosive Passions in the Deep South!
Passion — Intrigue — Violence: A powerful novel of black and white
She wanted a man her own people said she couldn’t have…
Take Seven Hungry Men… Add Two Love-Hungry Women… And What Have You Got?
Bill Trapp — White… Edith Johnson — Negro… Their Two Worlds — Chaos…
He Couldn’t Escape The Color Of His Skin
The story of a man who betrayed his own people
He Came Up North For Freedom And Got — Harlem!
When emotions blaze white-hot, does color really matter?
But both people on this cover are white. Are the arguing over what color to paint the walls? If that dress matches her eyes?
Later retitled Dark Honey
Frenzy and crisis in the heart of the African night
Charles Copeland’s earlier cover for this same book can be seen here
A Strong-Arm Detective Fights The World’s Most Vicious Racket
This is the only cover I have tagged Yellow Peril because of the title alone.