He fattened his herd on terror
Back cover art signed by Walter Popp
But murder was only the begining.
Apparently different from this book of the same name.
Vice Was His Business, And He Loved His Work!
A Novel Of Innocence At The Mercy Of Syndicated Lust
This cover art was previously used on Wild Oats
Amy was frightened of life — but desperately impatient!
The story of a young girl’s moral degeneration.
This cover art was later used on The Promoter
They knew that they were moments away from death — so they decided to live those moments
Also featuring The Nude Cat Women Of France, Confessions Of A Teen-Age White Slaver, and The Bloody History Of The Fighting 1st Marines
They Lived In A World Of Passion And Decay
Unnatural Affection — Or Perverted Hate? The Young Widow Had To Choose Between Them…
And outspoken novel on a taboo subject…
A strange sect held her captive — and taught her the meaning of love!
Another Walter Popp cover of Adam and Two Eves can be seen here
Two Great Books Under One Cover
Caught In The Toils Of The Vice Racket!
Exotic Masterpiece About A Desert Monarch — And An American Girl!
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The Rebel harlots beckoned to lusting Yankees
Diane’s lovely wantons marched to the tune of a sultry love song. Their battle banner was a petticoat waiving in the breeze. They were the South’s deadliest weapon.
Also featuring Yankee Woman, You Die Slowly, How I Roll You, Honey, 1000 Brides For The Devil’s Lust and Bone Crushers on Ice
He couldn’t resist her exotic beauty…though it enticed him to murder!
From the back cover:
Too young to die was Tina Rogers — too young, too fair, too girlishly appealing. But she was also too young to be mixed up in the rackets! Or so Carl Good figured, especially after Tina had saved him from one of the neatest frame-ups ever hung on a private eye — involving a murder, a pretty widow and a pocketful of morphine!