Shipwrecked in the tropics… Stripped of society’s conventions
Also, More About the G-String Murders and a guy fighting a shark with a knife.
Also featuring Sin In Snowland: The Shame of the Ski Lodge Shack-Ups
Passion, Intrigue And Conflict Under The Tropic Sun
From the back:
This coiorful novel of the tropics probes one of odays rnost4 explosive issues — racial tension on a sun-drenched Caribbean island .. . where white oppres-sion drives the natives to unspeakable atrocities . . . and the jaded ruling class drowns its guilt in orgiastic parties and pleasures . . .
“Demands comparison with Alec Waugh’s fleshy and popular Island In The Sun… Rage On The Bar is harder… It builds swiftly… The sex is perverse… An exciting and very significant narrative.” New York Times
Featuring Death Diamonds Of Guajira, Sex Afloat: The Willing Women American Men Are Passing Up, Sergeant Farley’s Moment Of Terror, I Fought With The Sadists on the Cliff of Death, and Flashlight on a Nude
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They Fought The Tropics, ‘gators, And Each Other — For A Woman!
Also featuring Passion Slave Of The Whip Goddess, Truth About Abnormal Love Impulses, Deliver Your Virgins or We Burn The Town, and Damned Beauties of The Nazi Horror Museum
Typhoon and Terror Rage in the Malay Seas… One Man Alone Is Brave Enough To Defy Them Both
First and only issue
It’s a magical place.
The electrifying love affair of a Malayan planter and a Hollywood actress — bold, passionate, uninhibited
From the back:
He ordered her out of his bedroom, but she wasn’t ready to go. Drunkenly she turned toward him and began to sway sinuously. The next thing she felt was his fist across her face — and then his arms pulling her to his body.
Eager for front-page publicity, Roxy Powell accepted a movie deal in a ravaged land ruled by a man she swore to hate. But in the heat of the jungle she came to him — and acknowledged the urgency of her desire.