Apache Greed (Original Title: Desert Campfire)

Lion 195 (Feb, 1954). First printing.  Cover Art by Robert Schulz

A Savage Indian…
A Nobel White Woman…
A Tempestuous Hunger…

From the back:

She looked down on his body . . . and knew
Ripped from their villages… decimated by the cruel guns of the white man – these were the handful of near-naked Apaches, still roaming the blood-soaked sands.
And when she set eyes on his magnificent bronze body, slashed though it was by cavalry bullet and sabre, she knew that this Indian was the man she wanted…
APACHE GREED is blistering novel of the Southwest – pulsing with the passion of two people – a beautiful white woman, and an Apache warrior.

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Don’t Wait for Love

Reader's Choice Library No.21 (1941)

“Where are you going when you leave here?” he asked “–back to your husband?”

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Scandalous Loves (Original Title: Josephine The Great Lover)

Reader's Choice Library No.30 1952

The Intimate Story Of A Notorious Woman

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We Weren’t Married, But–

Modern Romances October 1938

Also featuring The Kind Men Like (under the sticker on the cover)

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Tragic Ground (1958)

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Tragic Ground, paperback cover, 1958
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From the back:

Nobody’s Hometown
In this pungent Erskine Caldwell novel about a collapsed boom town, penniless Southerners in a squatters’ slum fill their jobless days with casual ribaldry and haphazard lovemaking. The story of a shiftless migrant’s rowdy mixups with pretty social workers, his worries over his wild daughters, and his stubborn loyalty to his squal-id neighborhood, Tragic Ground blends the earthy humor and pathos that have made Cald-well’s books sell over 35,000,000 copies.

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