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Books! I love looking at bookshelves. What’s on yours?

HOUSE OF 7 SINS - Andrew Shaw

Great graphic cover on this one.  Nightstand Books, 1961. “Satan’s Hotel!”

PSYCHO SIN - Julie Rowe

PEC Books, 1965. From the back cover: “Kirk showed Susan that a diving board had many uses!” Guess I gotta read the book to figure out what that means.

THE HOMOSEXUAL GENERATION - Ken Worthy. L.S. Publications, 1965.

"The Sick, Sick, Sick Homosexual Generation!" I haven’t read this, but it appears to be a pretty hateful piece of filth. Pure propaganda…"a must for every parent!".

THE ABORTIONISTS - John Dexter

Nightstand Books, 1966. Corinth Publications.

Front and back covers of what was most likely a seriously budget crunched release.

HAPPY HOOKER - Don Holliday

Nightstand Books, 1966. Corinth Publications.

Front and back covers of what was most likely a seriously budget crunched release.

GYM QUEENS.

God I love these books! Midtown Queen (Companion Books, 1968) and Locker Room Lovers (Corinth Publications, 1967).  Tanned, hairy and muscled in all the right places, these guys are putting on some seriously smutty charm.  I kind of flipped when I realized that the same blond guy with piercing blue eyes is in the background of both covers! He really gets around.

PASSION HANGOVER. J.X. Williams for Leisure Books, 1965

From back cover: ” A paradise of wealth and mink-lined ecstasy.”

IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE. Pad Library, 1967

Ed Wood’s immortal classic.

SAVE THEM FOR VIOLENCE. Monarch Books, 1959

A particularly sleazy cover on this one.

JUNGLE NYMPH. Scorpion Books, 1964.

FEMALE CONVICT. Pyramid Books, 1952.

The back cover: “A frank expose of life behind bars! … where lesbians took advantage of the terribly crowded quarters.”

CALL GIRL. Playtime Reading, 1964.

SYNDICATE GIRL. Dell, 1958.

This one is a little less sleazy than I typically like, but for a while there I was fixated on all these smut books with the word “girl” in the title…as seen on some of the earlier posts. More to come.

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