The incredible true story of a life of violence — and The Man Who Lives It
These Men Were Brothers… But They Loved The Same Woman
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These Brothers Lived Like Beasts — And Loved Like Men!
Paul was a hophead! That was it, nothing else. You don’t go around teaching people not to take dope — you’ve got to beat it out of them. And so I beat him. I beat him and I beat him until my hand was blood red. I beat him for taking the dope, for having Evee when I wanted her. I beat him for Jonesy who died in the ocean. I beat him until his eyes were swollen shut and his mouth was thick and out of shape. I beat him until J was sick and then I felt a stab through my guts like a thick bar — like I’d been harpooned.
Two brothers fight like brutes in the smashing climax of this real story of life on the ocean floor where the pressure twists men into raging animals.
A fill-in singer in a third-rate dive
A sizzling, rip-roaring murder mystery
A Mighty Epic Of Frontier America 1769-1779
His Wife Let Him Go To The Tropics… To Learn How To Love!
Agony, Lust, And Mortal Conflict Cram The Corridors Of A Snowbound Train
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A front man for a tinhorn gambling syndicate… a woman whose body had never been touched… a dissatisfied husband… a lesbian — and all of them strangers.
Then the snow came, thick as mud. cold. cruel snow. and the swift streamliner could not break through the icy wall. Strangers they were, one minute before, but now — while the storm howled outside and passions raged within — they were lovers. killers. savage beasts.
A train stands still in the cold wasteland of America. and for these four people. time stands still, civilization fades, and the call of the flesh is heard in the darkened corridors…
He Stalked A Nameless Menace In The Chicago Slums
The Great Novel Of The Sinful Twenties