Forever And A Death


… A Fortune in Stolen Gold …A Device That Will Kill Millions …And Just One Man Can Stop It!

This novel began life as a draft screenplay for a James Bond movie, but it was eventually rejected. Westlake went ahead and wrote it up anyway, but it wasn’t published until 2017, a decade after his death.

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Operation: Super Ms.


The superagent of the 70’s who makes Wonder Woman look like Nancy Drew.


The Berlin Wall Affair


Not Since The Man From O.R.G.Y. Has Their Been An Adventurer Life Rod Damon — The Coxeman

First in the Coxeman series


The Miss From S.I.S.

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She’s the swingin’est secret agent that ever changed into something more comfortable than a trench coat!

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Secret Agent X-9

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Pair of rare 8″ x 7.5″ softcover books reprinting the first 33 weeks of Alex Raymond’s classic daily comic strip, scripted by none other than Dashiell Hammett, author of The Maltese Falcon.


An Invitation to Bullets

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Award Books A427X 1969

A hilarious plunge into the outer limits of electronic espionage with a “living doll” who makes sex the ultimate weapon…

From the back:

S.H.E.I.L.A. — Simulated-Human, Electronically Implemented Lady Agent—stepped forth one memorable day from the scientific laboratories of I.N.I.T.I.A.L.S. She was created to fight for justice in a world too long threatened by evil. Two of her prime targets: The chopper-riding, leather-jacketed agents of M.O.T.H.E.R. and the insidious, obscene warriors of F.A.T.H.E.R. who had infiltrated the government and now enjoyed its protection. To any other female agent, the obstacles would have been overwhelming. But Sheila was equipped to battle the most dastardly foe. Her razor-sharp mind was matched only by her razor-sharp fingertips; the penetrating gaze of her eyes was rivaled only by the paralyzing rays of her navel. Sheila was invincible, until she clashed with Number One—who had earned his rank by trying even harder! And who almost stripped Sheila of (among other things!) her hard-won title of SUPERDOLL!