Saturday, May 31, 2014

McCloud (1970-1977)

McCloud (1970-1977)

Sam McCloud is a Deputy U.S. Marshal from Taos, New Mexico. He goes to New York to find an escaped criminal, and there falls for reporter Chris Coughlin, who is the cousin of the deputy police commissioner. After he tracks the criminal down, Chris convinces her cousin to request that Sam be assigned to temporary duty with the NYPD, to learn modern police methods. He is assigned to the detective bureau headed by Chief Peter B. Clifford, who is less than thrilled with having McCloud under his command and gives him nothing but menial duties But Sam always winds up deep in homicides, drug busts and various other major crimes, often helped out by Sgt. Joe Broadhurst, and solves them using a combination of good police work and good old country know-how. 


Created by Herman Miller (1919-1999)
Dennis Weaver (1924-2006) as Sam McCloud
J.D. Cannon (1922-2005) as Chief Peter B. Clifford
Terry Carter (1928- ) as Sgt. Joe Broadhurst
Ken Lynch (1910-1990) as Sgt Grover
Diana Muldaur (1938- ) as Chris Coughlin


Friday, May 30, 2014

Scene Of The Crime (1991-1992)

Scene of the Crime was a mystery anthology series that aired in 1991 and 1992 on the CBS television network as part of the Crimetime After Primetime late-night block. Rather than employing different actors for each episode, the program had a regular cast who played different characters in each story. The series was hosted by prolific producer-writer Stephen J. Cannell,

 The intro for Season 2

The Players

Kim Coles
Lisa Houle
Maxine Miller
Francois Montagut
Sandra Nelson
Barbra Perkins
Olivier Pierre
George Touliatos
Teri Austin
Stephen McHattie
Robert Paisley

Thursday, May 29, 2014

2014 USA Fiction Challenge: Idaho

The next stop in the 2014 USA Fiction Challenge is the wonderful state of Idaho

Deep Cover
By Steve Roos

 Jeff Foster goes undercover to take down a drug dealer. Part of his cover is to take flying lessons to get into contact with the company. He has to deal with how his religion will fit into a life of deceit and lies. Also a beautiful flying instructor.

Jeff Foster is a detective on the relatively small police force in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He's a devout member of his faith; he works hard, and he loves his life. But Jeff is about to experience things that no one in his mid-20s should have to experience, and his entire life is about to change because of it.  Jeff is involved in a night surveillance with his partner. They bust a small-time drug dealer, and police officials in Idaho Falls want more; they want information on the bigger dealer. The dope is clearly coming up from Las Vegas, through Salt Lake, and the guys in Idaho Falls want to know more about who in Las Vegas is moving the drugs and where they're ultimately coming from. The cops in Idaho and Vegas aren't the only ones who want that information. So does the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Agency, and it's ultimately up to Jeff Foster to go under cover to learn what he can.

Printing History
Written by Steve Roos

copyright 1995
Bookcraft Pubs
August 1995
ISBN 1 570 08181 6

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The Deadly Diva by Jack Canon

N3 Infiltrates The Soviet's Top Sex-For-Secrets spy Ring!

Killmaster #245
Beautiful opera superstar Olga Siskov's best performances are given in the bedrooms of Western diplomats and heads of state. The secrets she gathers from her careless lovers are passed on to her Kremlin masters. Now, she's exposed the United States spy network in East Berlin. KGB assassins crack down with savage beatings, torture, and murder. America's intelligence network unravels and only Nick Carter remains at large. Nicks;s contacts are imprisoned or dead. KGB killers hunt him mercilessly and all escape routes are blocked. But nothing, not even the Berlin Wall can stop him. Nick's got a date with Olga, a date with death.

Printing History
Written by Jack Canon

Berkley Publishing Group
Jove Books
Published by arrangement with The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
ISBN 515 09874
January 1989

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Butterfly Nett by Carter Brown

Blackmail was her hobby 
and the specimens she collected
 paid till they yelled, "murder" paid.... 

Bernard Blackburn Cover

Transport Publishing Company
for and on behalf of Horwitz Publications, Inc

Novelette Series
"Lovely" Mystery
December 1953

First Collectors' Series
w/Chill On Chili & Honky Tonk Homicide
No. 10
May 1955

Monday, May 26, 2014

Memorial Day 2014

“Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it.” -Mark Twain

  Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday for remembering the men and women who died while serving in the country's armed forces. The holiday is celebrated every year on the last Monday of May and was formerly known as Decoration Day. Decoration Day had originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the war. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service. Memorial Day typically marks the start of the summer vacation season.


Sunday, May 25, 2014

Night Heat (1985-1991)

The first Canadian-produced drama series to air on an American network.

  Journalist Tom Kirkwood chronicles the nightly police beat of detectives Kevin O'Brien (Scott Hylands) and Frank Giambone (Jeff Wincott). His newspaper column, called Night Heat, follows the many exploits of the detectives of the Mid South Precinct. The series was filmed in Toronto, Canada.

Created by
Sonny Grosso & Larry Jacobson

Scott Hylands as Detective Kevin O'Brien
Jeff Wincott as Detective Frank Giambone
Allan Royal as columnist Thomas J. Kirkwood
Sean McCann as Lieutenant James Hogan
Eugene Clark as Detective Colby Burns
Stephen Mendel as Detective Freddie Carson
Susan Hogan as Nichole Rimbaud
Deborah Grover as Prosecutor Elaine Jeffers
Tony Rosato as Arthur "Whitey" Morelli (street informant)

Saturday, May 24, 2014

77 Sunset Strip (1958-1963)

Television private detective series created by Roy Huggins and starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Roger Smith and Edd Byrnes.

The series revolves around two Los Angeles private detectives, both former government secret agents: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. played Stuart (Stu) Bailey. This character Huggins had originated in his 1946 novel The Double Take. Roger Smith played Jeff Spencer, also a former government agent, and a non-practicing attorney. The duo worked out of a stylish office at 77 Sunset Boulevard, known as Sunset Strip

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Polo, Anyone? by Jerry Kennealy

Polo Anyone?

Nick Polo smells good money when he is hired to sting a powerful executive cheating at the country club poker game. Fourteen grand later, Polo is a happy man. But then computer-chip mogul Ronald Dettman begins to fight back, and Polo finds himself the prime suspect in a murder investigation.

Printing History
Written by Jerry Kennealy (1938-)

St Martins Press (Hardcover)
March 1988
312 91274 9

Speaking Volumes
E Book
 April 2013

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Set in the harsh Puritan community of seventeenth-century Boston, a tale of an adulterous entanglement that results in an illegitimate birth reveals the concerns with the tension between the public and the private selves. Publicly disgraced and ostracized, Hester Prynne draws on her inner strength and certainty of spirit to emerge as the first true heroine of American fiction. Arthur Dimmesdale, trapped by the rules of society, stands as a classic study of a self divided.

 Set in 17th-century Puritan Boston, Massachusetts during the years 1642 to 1649, it tells the story of Hester Prynne, who conceives a daughter through an adulterous affair and struggles to create a new life of repentance and dignity. The Scarlet Letter was written in 1850 and is considered to be Hawthorne's greatest work

Printing History
Written by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864)

Ticknor, Reed & Fields 

 The Films



Directed by Victor Sjöström

Lillian Gish - Hester Prynne
Lars Hanson - The Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale
Henry B. Walthall - Roger Chillingworth
Karl Dane - Master Giles
William H. Tooker - The Governor
Marcelle Corday - Mistress Hibbins
Fred Herzog - The Jailer
Jules Cowles - The Beadle
Mary Hawes - Patience
Joyce Coad - Pearl



Directed by Robert G. Vignola

Colleen Moore as Hester Prynne
Hardie Albright as Arthur Dimmesdale
Henry B. Walthall as Roger Chillingworth
Cora Sue Collins as Pearl
Alan Hale, Sr. as Bartholomew Hockings
Virginia Howell as Abigail Crakstone
William Kent as Sampson Goodfellow
William Farnum as Gov. Bellingham



Directed by Roland Joffé

Demi Moore as Hester Prynne
Gary Oldman as Rev. Arthur Dimmesdale
Robert Duvall as Roger Chillingworth
Edward Hardwicke as John Bellingham
Robert Prosky as Horace Stonehall
Roy Dotrice as Rev. Thomas Cheever
Joan Plowright as Harriet Hibbons

Monday, May 19, 2014

The Vulgar Boatman by William G Tapply

A politician’s son gets involved in a murder, and drags Brady along with him

Tom Baron is running for governor on the Republican ticket and needs his image to be squeaky clean. He employs men like Brady Coyne, a compassionate Boston attorney, to keep problems far away from his campaign. But when his son doesn’t come home one night, Tom’s political strategy becomes a criminal matter. His son’s girlfriend has been murdered, and the boy has no alibi. To protect his friend’s political ambitions, Brady digs into the investigation, finding a trail of drugs and corruption that stretches far across the Eastern seaboard. Tom Baron may be his friend, but Brady Coyne will stomach no cover-up. If the son is guilty and Tom is involved, Brady will come down on the would-be governor with a fury that will make Boston politics look like a student council election.

Printing History
Written by William G Tapply (1940-2009)
Chivers Press
ISBN 745 19595 4
Scribner Book Company
January 1988
ISBN 684 18792 2

Ballantine Books
August 1989
ISBN 345 35577 6

Kindle Edition
August 2013

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Black Sea Bloodbath by Jack Garside

Nick Carter Is On An Explosive Seek-And-Destroy Mission!

Killmaster #244
Nick Carter "Killmaster" is out for the espionage coup of the decade. In a widely perilous power play, the Soviets have moved all vital intelligence material into one building. Located in the city of Sukhumi, on the Black Sea, the installation is a treasure trove of top secret documents A dangerous blunder for the Soviets. A chance of a lifetime for AXE and Agent N3. His assignment is to snatch what's valuable and destroy the rest. Leaving nothing for the Soviets but memories, corpses, and ashes. The Black Sea turns red with blood as Nick launches a one man invasion of the most heavily guarded piece of real estate in Russia.....

Printing History
Written by Jack Garside (1924-)

Berkley Publishing Group
Jove Books
Published by arrangement with The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
ISBN 515 09846
December 1988

Saturday, May 17, 2014

No Blonde Is An Island (Revised) by Carter Brown

Put TV comedy write Larry Baker on a plush private island with three beautiful women, two jealous husbands, one escaped lunatic.....
And what do you get? 
Lots of laughs and five corpses.

Anyone for Monte Cristo?
It's a game Hoyle never heard of. You play it stripped to your polka-dot shorts. If your the boy type player, that is. The playground is an old French-style chateau on an island off the West Coast, complete with dungeon, trapdoor, and plenty of your playmate for instance, a torrid blonde, 100% natural, 100% nude, and 100% up to no good.......

Robert McGinnis Cover
 In this frightening frolic through a tycoons island fun house, Larry Bake, TV writer, finds plots, people, and perils that defy even his wild imagination........

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1922-1985)

Horwitz Publications
Numbered Series #123 1965
International Edition Series #75 1972 
ISBN 7255 0171

New American Library
Signet Books
D2612 January 1965
T5835 1974

New English Library
Four Square Books
#1374 November 1965

Bonus Covers

Germany (1980)
Germany (1968)

 Russia (1992)

 France (1987)

Finland (1967)
Robert McGinnis Cover

Friday, May 16, 2014

Come Way, Death by Gladys Mitchell

Mrs. Bradley Golden Age Mystery

Sir Rudri Hopkinson, an eccentric amateur archaeologist, is determined to recreate ancient rituals at the temple of Eleusis in Greece in the hope of summoning the goddess Demeter. He gathers together a motley collection of people to assist in the experiment, including a rival scholar, a handsome but cruel photographer and a trio of mischievous children. But when one of the group disappears, and a severed head turns up in a box of snakes, detective and psychoanalyst Mrs Bradley is called upon to investigate.

Printing History
Written by Gladys Maude Winifred Mitchell (1901-1983)

Michael Joseph

Thriller Book Club

Penguin (paperback)

Rue Morgue Press

Thursday, May 15, 2014

46 Years Ago Today

On this day, May 15th, 1968, 
a deadly tornado ripped through my hometown in Iowa.

This event was would be later known as the May 1968 tornado outbreak.

The May 1968 tornado outbreak was a significant and deadly tornado outbreak that struck most of the central and southern United States on May 15 to May 16, 1968. Producing 46 tornadoes, the outbreak killed at least 72 people including 45 in Arkansas alone. The outbreak also produced two F5s in Iowa. It was one of the deadliest tornado outbreaks in the United States since the 1960s and is one of the deadliest outbreaks in Iowa history.

The Charles City Tornado of May 15, 1968

On the afternoon of May 15, 1968, an F5 tornado moved through Butler, Chickasaw, Floyd, Franklin, and Howard Counties in northeast Iowa. The tornado moved northeast from north of Hansell, passing east of Aredale, west of Greene, east of Marble Rock, and devastating Charles City. The tornado grew larger and more intense as it approached Charles City, striking the city at approximately 4:50 pm. The huge tornado passed directly through town, destroying 337 homes and 1250 vehicles, and causing about $30 million in damage. Ironically, the tornado damaged 8 churches in town, but left the bars standing. Debris from Charles City was found as far away as LeRoy, MN, nearly 35 miles to the north. The tornado continued to the northeast hitting Elma, where it caused another $1.5 million in damage. From Elma the tornado turned to the north and dissipated south of Chester, 4 miles south of the Minnesota border. The tornado was on the ground for 65 miles, reaching a width of 400 yards. Nearly 2000 homes were damaged or destroyed. All 13 deaths occurred in Floyd County. 450 injuries were reported in Floyd County and 12 injuries in Howard County. 

Path of the Charles City Tornado
 Approximate path of the F5 tornado that struck Charles City, IA on May 15, 1968.

On the same day, another F5 tornado moved north-northeast from southwest of Oelwein to Maynard and east of Randalia in Fayette County, IA. Homes were leveled and swept away in both Oelwein and Maynard. The warning sirens sounded for only 15 seconds before power failed in Oelwein. Nearly 1000 homes were damaged or destroyed along the path, and 34 people had to be hospitalized. Almost 1,000 families were affected. The damage from this tornado totaled $21 million. 

Photo the F5 Charles City Tornado
 Photo by then Floyd County Sheriff L.L. Lane, along Highway 14 just before the tornado hit Charles City, IA  

In addition to these F5 tornadoes, an F2 tornado touched down 6 miles south of Cresco, IA, two weak F1 tornadoes touched down in Dodge County, MN, and F1 tornadoes occurred in Fillmore County, MN and Chickasaw County, IA. Baseball size hail (2.75") also fell in Fayette County, IA.


Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Today In History

 On This Day In History On May 14th 1804

The Lewis And Clark Expedition  (May 1804-September 1806)

Captain Meriwether Lewis and his close friend Second Lieutenant William Clark led an expedition that was commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson shortly after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. It became known as The Lewis and Clark Expedition.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition, also known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first American expedition to cross what is now the western portion of the United States, departing in May, 1804 from St. Louis on the Mississippi River, making their way westward through the continental divide to the Pacific coast.
William Clark (l) and Meriwether Lewis (c) with Sacagawea,

The Corps of Discovery departed from Camp Dubois at 4 p.m. on May 14, 1804, and met up with Lewis in St. Charles, Missouri, a short time later, marking the beginning of the voyage to the Pacific coast. The Corps followed the Missouri River westward. Soon they passed La Charrette, the last Euro-American settlement on the Missouri River.

References to Lewis and Clark scarcely appeared in history books even during the United States Centennial in 1876 and the expedition was largely forgotten. Lewis and Clark began to gain new attention around the start of the 20th century. Both the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition, in St. Louis, and the 1905 Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, in Portland, Oregon, showcased Lewis and Clark as American pioneers. However, the story remained relatively shallow a celebration of US conquest and personal adventures, until the mid-century, since which time it has been more thoroughly researched and retold in many forms to a growing audience. In the 2000s the bicentennial of the expedition further elevated popular interest in Lewis and Clark. Today, no U.S. exploration party is more famous, and no American expedition leaders are more instantly recognizable by name.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

2014 USA Fiction Challange: Hawaii

The next stop in the 2014 USA Fiction Challenge is the beautiful state of Hawaii

The Betrayers
by Donald Hamilton

Matt Helm #10
 In sunny Hawaii, a U.S. troopship is scheduled to blow sky high. It's time to call Matt Helm 

 Far out in the Pacific, among the sunny islands of Hawaii, a dark venomous plot was being engineered by one of the United States' own agents, an angel-faces man called the Monk, who had a special fondness for high explosive.

His target: An American troopship with three thousand U.S. soldiers scheduled to blow sky high. Unless Matt Helm could stop it. But first Matt had to trust the beautiful stranger who claimed to be his sister-in-law and insisted that his former "wife" had just willed him a million dollars..

Printing History
Written by Donald Hamilton (1916-2006)

copyright 1966
Fawcett Publications Inc.

Fawcett Gold Medal Books
November 1966
18th printing
ISBN 449 14060

Ballantine Books
August 1986
ISBN 449 13036

Monday, May 12, 2014

Steele Loved After All These Years by Judith A Moose

A Remington Steele Retrospective

My Life Was Perfectly Simple. Then He Walked Through The Door... I'm private investigator Laura Holt. My agency was hired to protect a valuable shipment of precious gems but with one catch: the client wanted to meet my boss. Only problem was that he didn't exist. I made him up because no one would ever take a female investigator seriously. But one day this total stranger with ocean blue eyes, a dazzling smile and at least five identities tried to steal those jewels. The next thing I knew he had assumed a sixth identity, moved into my office, moved into my life, and despite my best efforts, he moved into my heart. We've been together for five years; I married him (well, sort of) and I still don't know his real name! I suppose it really doesn't matter anymore because from the moment he walked through the door, the entire world came to know him as REMINGTON STEELE

Printing History
Written by Judith A Moose (1967-)

BearManor Media
September 2007
ISBN 1 59393 0984

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Between Silk and Cyanide: A Codemaker's War 1941-1945 by Leo Marks

In 1942, Leo Marks left his father's famous bookshop at 84 Charing Cross Road, and went off to fight the war. He was twenty-two and soon to be recognized as a cryptographer of genius He became head of communications at the Special Operations Executive (SOE), where he revolutionized the codemaking techniques of the Allies and trained some of the most famous agents dropped into occupied Europe.

The title is derived from an incident related in the book Marks was asked why agents in occupied Europe should have their cryptographic material printed on silk (which was in very short supply). He summed his reply up by saying that it was "between silk and cyanide", meaning that it was a choice between the agent's surviving by making reliable coded radio transmissions with the help of the printed silk, and having to take a suicide pill. Unlike paper, which would be given away by rustling, silk would not be detected by a casual search if it was concealed in the lining of clothing. Many of the incidents described in the book are humorous, a major theme is Marks' inability to convince his superiors that apparent mistakes made in radio transmissions from agents infiltrated into Nazi-occupied Holland were prearranged duress codes. S.O.E. management, unwilling to face the possibility that their Dutch network was compromised, insisted that the errors were attributable to poor operation by the recently trained Morse code operators and continued to parachute in new agents to sites prearranged with the compromised network This lead to their immediate capture and later execution by the Nazis. Marks' interest in cryptography dated from reading Poe's The Gold-Bug as a child. As a boy, Leo had begun his code-breaking with that of the used book store his father was a partner of, in noting the prices in his second-hand books.

Printing History
Written by Leo Marks (1920-2001)

ISBN 0-00-255944-7

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story

Witness a journey to share an untold story of courage about a Muslim woman hero who stood up against the Nazis and risked her life.

Noor Inayat Khan was the daughter of Hazrat Inayat Khan and Ora Ray Baker. She was born in Moscow on Jan 1, 1914. She was a direct descendant of Tipu Sultan, the 18th century Muslim ruler of Mysore. Her father was a musician and Sufi teacher, playing a major role in her spirituality and religious upbringing. She grew up in Paris and following the fall of France in 1940, she escaped to England and joined the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force. In 1942, she joined the Special Operations Executive (S.O.E.), an organization whose main goal was to sabotage and bring down the Axis powers. Khan worked as a telegraph operator and helped transmit information back to Britain from France under the alias ‘Madeleine.’ Following a betrayal from her French comrades, she was arrested by the Nazi secret police. She made several attempts at escaping from prison but she was recaptured and, finally, sent to the Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany. She never cooperated with her captors nor revealed any names or secrets leading up to her execution in September of 1944, just before the end of World War II. She and three other female SOE agent were shot on 13 September. For her courage, Noor Khan was posthumously awarded the George Cross in 1949.

In June 2013, Robert H. Gardner began directing a 60-minute biographical docu-drama to air on PBS in 2014. Unity Productions Foundation is scheduled to release this production. 

Related Book

Printing History
Written by Shrabani Basu

Sutton Publishing Ltd
February 2006
ISBN 075 093965

Friday, May 9, 2014

A Life In Secrets: Vera Atkins and the Missing Agents of WWII by Sarah Helm

A story of the men and women who waged Churchill's secret war

Once rumored to have been the inspiration for Ian Fleming’s Miss Moneypenny, Vera Atkins climbed her way to the top in the Special Operations Executive, or SOE: Britain’s secret service created to help build up, organize, and arm the resistance in the Nazi-occupied countries. Throughout the war, Atkins recruited, trained, and mentored the agents for the SOE’s French Section, which sent more than four hundred young men and women into occupied France, at least one hundred of whom never returned and were reported “Missing Presumed Dead” after the war. Twelve of these were women and among Atkins’s most cherished spies. When the war ended in 1945, she made it her personal mission to find out what happened to them and the other agents lost behind enemy lines, tracing rigorously their horrific final journeys. But as the woman who carried out this astonishing search appeared very English, Atkins was nothing of the sort. As the reader follows her through the devastation of postwar Germany, we learn Atkins herself covered her life in mystery so that even her closest family knew almost nothing of her past. 

Printing History
 Written by Sarah Helm

Nan A. Talese
First Edition
August 2006
ISBN 385 50845


Carve Her Name with Pride (1958)

Directed by Lewis Gilbert

Virginia McKenna as Violette Szabo
Paul Scofield as Tony Fraser
Jack Warner as Mr. Charles Bushell, Violette's father
Denise Grey as Mrs. Bushell, Violette's mother
Alain Saury as Etienne Szabo
Maurice Ronet as Jacques
Anne Leon as Lilian Rolfe
Sydney Tafler as Potter
Nicole Stéphane as Denise Bloch
Avice Landone as Vera Atkins, assistant to Colonel Buckmaster
William Mervyn as Colonel Maurice Buckmaster
Michael Caine as Thirsty Prisoner on Train

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

That's Piracy, My Pet by Carter Brown

Where there's murder and millions there's Mimi
The dame who collects payoffs in penthouses.....
This one you can't collect baby unless it's over my dead body.....

After the episode of the Brothers of the Golden Lily, Andy Kane swore off buccaneering like it was Chinese gin. But when a redheaded Spaniard called Carmen Diez whirled into his life.....Hell! A guy can change his mind, can't he? Especially when she was the second Carmen Diez he'd met inside of 24 hours. That spelled trouble, trouble with a a capital D for dynamite. Andy had to blast his way out of the Chinese millionaire's palace to get the Golden Eagle, and the $20,000. The payoff came when Carmen Diez (Don't ask Andy which one!) told him the eagle was phony! That left Andy in the hotseat, so he organized an escape junk for Macao. But come he is heading for Red China?

Printing History
 Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Numbered Series #51
November 1957

Second Collectors' Series 
Volume 2 Number 4
w/Meet A Body


Bird, In A Guilt-Edged Cage
International Edition Series #28 
February 1963

Het Mysterie van de Gouden Adelaar
Midderacht Series #57
 Netherlands n/d

The Guilt-Edged Cage
 New American Library
Signet Books
 #2220 November 1962
P4003 1970
Cover by Robert McGinnis 

Hong Kong Hooker
For Men Only Magazine
Volume 11 Number 10