Thursday, August 16, 2018

Stag Magazine May 1958

Stag Magazine May 1958


The Sailor Who Broke Out Of Camp Horror
by James Christopher 
When the Japanese bombed Manila, he was AWOL in a native girl's shack. It was the start of the strangest survival epic of World War II

Printing History
Atlas Magazines, Inc 

Volume 9 No 5
May 1958

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Stag Magazine September 1958

Stag Magazine
Mort Kunstler Cover

Contents
The Cowards At Goldwater Creek
by George Mandel (1920 - )
The Rapper gang had taken over the gutless town.  And Cottrell didn't give a damn.

The Blonde Captive of Venezuela's Jungle Empire
by Emile C. Schurmacher ( - 1976)
As Venezuela's man of mystery, he ruled the trackless forests of Gran Sabana

Printing History
Atlas Magazines, Inc
Volume 9 No 9
September 1958

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Save Her For Loving by William Johnston

Then The Trouble Started......
 
Cover by Harry Barton

 Tony Lajte was a driller until wealthy Maggie Low, blues headliner at the Village Nest, made him her hang around man. All he had to do to earn his keep was to be around when she "wanted" him, and she wanted him most of the time. He was really cooling it until he spotted luscious Janet Sill, Nest owner Jack Kip's mistress, and decided he'd rather be her hang around man. But Janet's abundant charms could only be had for a price. Tony's only source for scratch was Maggie, and she wasn't giving. The real trouble started when Maggie learned about Janet. And that's when Tony found himself between a knife wielding Maggie, who threatened to carve him up if he cut loose from her, a hip tossing Janet, who refused to play house without a bundle of loot, and a sadistically jealous Kip, who promised to fix Tony's clock for good.

Printing History
Written by William Johnston (1924-2010)

Monarch Books
#275
September 1962

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Man's Conquest Magazine January 1957

Man-Bait 
For The Hounds From Hell


Printing History
 Volume 2 #5
Hanro Corp 
January 1957

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Man-Killer by Talmage Powell

They Branded Her

She was a bit of class in a rough mountain village, 
but when her husband was murdered they came running for her blood.


Big Hominy was bigoted when Vicky Hustin met trouble. 
Her husband was found brutally murdered. 
And then all the prejudices of the little village bloke over her.

Printing History
Written by Talmage Powell (1920-2000)

copyright 
1960

Horwitz Publications
MB4
1966

Prologue Books
December 2011

Monday, July 30, 2018

Lust, Be A Lady Tonight by Rod Gray

Being Tailed By The World's Sexiest Spy Can Be A Deadly Pleasure



Her name is Eve Drum, the Lady From L.U.S.T. (League Of Underground Spies and Terrorists). Her code name is oh on Sex, and well she deserves it. Her not so secret weapon is her body. Eve dangles the bait men can't resist, but to tangle with her is a deadly pleasure. She's a killer, and lays her enemy low one way or another. Follow the misadventures of Eve Drum as she swings her voluptuous body into action against a super villain who wants to wreck N.A.T.O and heat up the Cold War to the flash point. He soon learns how Eve can apply her own kind of heat.

Printing History
 Written by Gardner F. Fox (1911-1986)
  
Original Title The Lady From L.U.S.T.
 
Tower Books
1st Printing 43-804 (1967)
 
Belmont Books
2nd Printing B95-2020 (June 1970)
 
Belmont Tower Books
3rd Printing BT 50516 (March 1973)

Saturday, July 21, 2018

60 Years Ago

60 Years Ago

In July of 1958 an Australian author by the name of Carter Brown arrived in the United States. He was the creation of Horwitz Publications, Alan G Yates (1923-1985) was his real name. Yates started writing for them in 1951. He was very successful and Horwitz decided to pitch him to the USA. His first novel was published by Signet imprint of New American Library in July of 1958. Here we have the very first of his books, The Body, which was a rewritten from the earlier title, No Law Against Angels, from 1957.

The Body
July 1958
Signet Books
#1527


Monday, July 9, 2018

Frenzied by R. Van Taylor

The Many Desperate Faces Of Passion

Cover by Lou Marchetti
Meet Duke Cannon, fast talking wonder boy of Consolidated Mobile Homes. He was after success and he didn't care how he got it....He drove his wife, Marie, into another man's arms because her demands took too much time....He pushed his secretary, Donna, into bed of a sadistic client to help him close a deal....Then he met Lilly Edmonds, luscious, fast loving boss lady of Consolidated, and he learned that success could be won or lost in the bedrooms of demanding executives.

Printing History
Written by R. Van Taylor

Monarch Books
#255
May 1962


Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th of July or Independence Day


Independence Day, also referred to as the Fourth of July or July Fourth, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as a new nation, the United States of America, and were no longer part of the British Empire. The Congress actually voted to declare independence two days earlier, on July 2.