In Suburbia They Climb The Social Ladder — Bedroom By Bedroom…
Every Saturday the couples changed partners… at bridge… and at love!
A Shocking Revelation Of The Ultra-Modern Approch To Marriage And Morals!
She knew the fastest way to get ahead in suburban society
Rita was welcome in every boardroom and bedroom of the home office
Sophisticated suburbia — the handsome young medic’s greatest challenge
When the last commuter train pulls out of the station, it leaves behind a… Community Of Women… idle young matrons, finely bred but bored… their empty days filled with card games, cocktails and daring dreams… their empty beds waiting — often for the next deliveryman!
A Biting And Frank Novel Probing The Frustrated World Of Push-Button Kitchens — And Doorbell Love!
What happens when bored and lonely women become too sophisticated?
These suburban wives had their own sexual code. Anything went — even lesbianism — so long as it was limited to their club!
From the back:
I WANT YOUR HUSBAND TONIGHT!
It was a tight little suburban clique, made up of husbands who were driven to money, and wives who were driven to other women’s husbands—and to each other. There was Kim, who believes in marital fidelity, but thought an affair with another woman didn’t count. Judy was more discriminating—she was for men, all the way. Lila, on the other hand, turned to men and women when she wanted loving. It wasn’t that these people had no moral standards. They did! Loyally, they limited their actions to their own little “in” group—no outsiders allowed. A big blowup couldn’t be avoided when news of the group’s illicit activities got out. But somehow, that only added spice to the reshuffling of couples for suburbia’s favorite game!
This cover was previously used for Cry Rape
Four restless husbands, four willing wives… and sixteen scandalous reasons why Polly’s Club was the most exclusive in all suburbia!
Her name was Emily and she loved love
In the window-to-window proximity of suburbia, the most explosive emotions soon found outlets
She coveted any man except her husband
“Traveling around” was accepted practice for married couples!
Scathing and scalpel sharp… The story of a swinging suburb where mates get mixed along with the martinis
From the back:
Welcome to the swinging, swapping suburban set — where couples are rated and partners switched with pushbutton ease!
Rick and Nina found the neighborhood ” mating game” gave an exciting new fillip to their own waning marriage. They found new thrills in toting up their score cards, threw themselves with headlong abandon into a vortex of sensation-seeking as they competed with each other for “high-score.”
Nina made the rounds of husbands and Rick completed the circuit of wives. But at last one fatal step too far down the perverse path brought them face to face with a shocking realization about themselves — and about their friend, attractive Gerry Dennison,. Gerry’s forbidden longings, it was clear, rendered her completely vulnerable to the warped ways of — The Swingers
A Sensational Novel About Promiscuous Parents
Planned adultery in a luxury suburb…
He Bought A House Of Lust In A Town Of Lonely Women
A Scorched-Sheet View Of What Happens To A Thrill-Hungry Woman Alone In The Suburbs, On The Nights Her Husband Is Working Late In Town With An Ambitious Secretary!
A Scorched-Sheet Glimpse Of Suburbia
Reckless suburbanites play it for kicks! First, the wife gives in to a neighbor. Second, the husband hides out with a pretty secretary. Third, [CENSORED]
Polly Richards ran one of those seaside boarding-housed where people were strangers the first day — and lovers the next!
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Young suburban wives looking for kicks and extra money — because they are neglected, restless and debt-ridden…
A Novel That Exposes The Decay Behind Suburbia’s Respectable Doors
The original artwork for this exists, but is currently part of a strange exhibit where “artist” Richard Prince puts paintings together with their paperbacks, then claims the pair as a new piece of art.
Her illness was nymphomania, but there were others in town far more disturbed