Hitch-Hike Hussy

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Anyone Could Pick Up Sunny!
The Powerful Story Of A Roadside Renegade Who’d Go Wherever You Wanted, And As Far As You Liked—

Cover art reworked from 1954’s Walk In Darkness

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Mountain Woman (Original Title: I’ll Walk To The Mountain)

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Mountain Woman, paperback cover, 1953
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The Story Of A Sophisticated City Siren Who Turned… Mountain Woman
She fled to the hills to find a new breed of man… and love!

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Female Convict (1952/1956)

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Pyramid 191 (1956). Cover Art by Robert Maguire

The Inside Story of a Woman’s Prison

Nice, but not as good as Maguire’s 1960 cover.

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Rooming House

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Too Many Men Knew Her Too Well

Strange evils took root in that fetid house

Not related to this book of the same name

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The Queen’s Warrant / Paths of Glory

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High Adventure and Bawdy Romance in the Lusty Days of Queen Bess!
They Marched to Death’s Door and Beyond!

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The Intruder (Original Title: Love Can Be Dangerous)

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Back cover art signed by Walter Popp

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Call Her Wanton

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She Was Fair… She Was Frisky… She Was Oh, Such Fun…

A Lusty Novel Of Wilderness Passion And A Wife Too Naughty To Be True!

This cover art was previously used on Hill Billy In High Heels

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Hired Girl (Beacon)

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Twila Took Love where she found it — Any Time — Any Place.

Cover was reused for Cracker Girl. I don’t believe it is related to either of these books.

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