Sunday, November 3, 2013

Son Of A Witch by Troy Conway

Coxeman #26

Adventurer Rod Damon
The Coxeman
Offers a special broomstick to a very sexy witch

Adventurer Rod Damon has been called a lot of things. But Son of a witch was never one of them. Now, however, his undercover activities take him to a witches' convention in England, there to compete for the title of World Warlock. Someone is leaking N.A.T.O. secrets to the other side. Several of the suspects dabble in black magic, and Rod joins their fun and games. He performs so well at the witch's orgies that climax each Black Mass that he becomes a very firm contender for World Warlock. But before the Coxeman can claim his title, he's lured into a deadly trap. Stripped naked, big Rod is surrounded by three voluptuous and equally nude lovelies. Their orders were to kill him with kindness!

The Coxeman has got himself into it. Can he get out alive?

Printing History
Written by Michael Avallone (1924-1999)

copyright 1971
Coronet Communications, Inc

Paperback Library
First Printing March 1971

1 comment:

  1. Rather than reading the Archer stories solely as mysteries, thrillers, entertainments, and detective stories (though of course they can exist solely on that level for readers who are interested in them as such), we’d do ourselves a favor to consider them in a few other ways as well. In the massive reference work World Authors 1950-1970, published by the H.H. Wilson Company, Macdonald wrote that The Galton Case and Black Money “are probably my most complete renderings of the themes of smothered allegiance and uncertain identity which my work inherited from my early years.” Of course, in Black Money the smothered allegiance occurs between the lovers Ginny Fablon and Tappinger.