The Bandit And The Priest (Original Title: The Singer Not The Song)

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The struggle between two remarkable men — one good, evil — for the heart of a girl and the soul of an entire town

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Jubilee Trail

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A high society wife and a runaway honky-tonk queen travel the lawless… Jubilee Trail

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The Wanderer

Cardinal Edition No. C-244  Pocket Books, 1957

Heterochromia Iridum is a difference in coloration of the eyes

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Night Light

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They were lost in a frantic half-crazed jazz world — hungry for love

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79 Park Avenue (1956)

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The best-selling novel about the call-girl racket

From the back:

“Mister, some girls are born to be wives—but I was born for THIS!”
She was beautiful, voluptuous, alluring. You might think she was an actress or a model. But the cops could tell you what she really was: a prostitute with a record, a call girl who liked her work.
She had known more men than she could remember. But there were a few she would never forget: her stepfather, who started her on her way; Ross Drego, a racketeer who was willing to pay any price for her; Mike Keyes, who prosecuted her in court—and who was the only man she ever loved.

Baryé Phillips cover for this same book is here.

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