Beacon Books B219 1959

Take One Reckless Young American In A Strange Land… Add Six Sizzling Senoritas Who Try To Make Him Feel At Home–And You Have A Scorching Novel Of Sin, Suspense And Intrigue!

From the back:

MEXICO is famed for Tabasco, the hot sauce—and for girls equally torrid. Yet his sweetheart in the States pushed Don right into their arms! She sent him south of the border to be her cat’s-paw in a big-money swindle risking his affections, not to mention his life…
DON soon found himself in the menage of three lovely Latin sisters—Esta, Thereze cold pretty little Deldee. And nearby dwelled three other sisters—Ynez, Yolanda and Yma, the two sets of girls competed for Don’s caresses, going after him shamelessly both singly and in groups. In a way they were more dangerous than anything else about his mission. All of which was fine with Don. He preferred his food and his adventures peppery — and his women the same way!


Miss Understanding

Evening Reader ER1233 1966

He Fought His Wife–But Not This Student!

From the back:

Fighting an imposed frenzy of forced creativity, the professors tried to salvage their careers and their emotional stability—but the only way they could maintain composure was by avoiding the traumas of tension—even at the expense of their


Puta (Original Title: Born To Be Bad)

Midwood 165, 1962

Rita wanted to be good, but when she was bad she was better.
Her mother was a Spanish prostitute — a “puta’, her father unknown. How could she be anything more that what she was?

This novel by Lawrence Block was previously published as Born To Be Bad in 1959, and was later published again under that title in 1967


Backwater Woman

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Backwater Woman paperback cover, 1957

She Used Her Sex To Survive

From the back:

A Lusty Novel By The Author Of Riverboat Girl

The peaceable, easy-livin’ houseboat folk up along the Slough had never seen a creature the likes of that backwater woman named Feline. Soon as she sashayed her saucy prettiness into Spike Rudd’s cabin, she stirred up a torrent of greed, lust and violent jealousies. And all Miss Feline did was to wiggle a bit and display a good deal of her virginal charms. Not meaning any harm, mind you! For Feline was just an eager little gal wanting to reach straight up for a “man on top of the pile,” a man of property. How Feline got her man, and how she got the clan in a riotous uproar, with man against man and woman against woman and all of them against kitten-cunning Feline, makes for a roaringly ribald tale of lusty, earthy American primitives that you won’t soon forget.

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