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Untamed Lust

by Orrie Hitt

Thrill HuntersWildwood Acres was a civilized wilderness up-state, playground of crippled, uppercrust Frank Jennings - a man of untamed lust . . . of strange, untrammeled passions . . . of urges to hurt and kill anything and anybody defenseless enough. For his pleasure he collected not only helpless animals, but also an assortment of beautiful women . . .There was summer-hot Kitty, his simmering young wife. There was radiantly blonde Carole, as twisted as Jennings himself. There was jet-haired Joan Keider, who refused to starve for thrills while a guy like Eddie Boyd was in the last neighborhood.Eddie dallied with Joan, and toyed with pretty Kitty. Then even Carole was driven into his arms by Jennings' brutalities. Like the rest of them, Eddie was getting the message - ''You only live once - but you can love plenty of times!''Trapped by luxury, warped by hate, could these brutalized lust-mongers attain a second chance?

Kiss The Girls and Make Them Die

by Charles Runyon

In the sterile white corridors of a mental ward - and the unexplored passages of the mind - unfolds a novel of heart-clutching terror, with a cast of characters caught inextricably in its lurking mystery:DAN BOLLINGER - Ex-Vietnam vet drifting on a marijuana cloud. Women came to his wilderness cabin, one after another, and never left. He insisted he never killed them - until terrifying mental images made him realize, with startled horror, that he knew the burial sites of each girl, though their deaths remained shrouded in mystery!ELIZABETH BODAC - Charmed and challenged by Dan's enigmatic, elusive personality and the riddle locked in his brain, she vowed to discover Dan's secret - and save him. But was she trying to save a madman, a murderer, or both?DEBRA BOLLINGER - Dan's twin sister, a brooding eccentric consumed by a long-standing psychic love for her brother - and a smoldering passion for him that yet threatened to erupt.DR. JEFFREY KOSSUTH - Head of the mental hospital, he swore Dan was the killer even as he began to write Dan's 'exclusive' story to sell to the highest bidder. Was he treating a patient, or protecting an investment?With explosive force and pulsing tension, Charles W. Runyon has created a novel combing the dark mysteries of the mind and the breathless excitement of a first-rate thriller.

The Bloody Bokhara

by William Campbell Gault

Lee Kaprelian, the son of an Armenian rug merchant, unwittingly gets involved into a murder plot by a woman no less beautiful than she is mysterious.

The Damned and the Destroyed

by Kenneth Orvis

In this fascinating, frighteningly realistic novel Maxwell Dent becomes enmeshed in the harrowing world of narcotics. His desperate quest to get to the The Man, to somehow shut off the supply that has hooked lovely, wealthy Helen Ashton takes him into the center of one of the most viciously successful crime syndicates in the world. Before you finish this book, you will now the degradation, the debasement, the lust for just one more fix that drives the junkie into a nether world of living death.

Sin Doll

by Orrie Hitt

What makes a good girl go bad?How are cute young girls induced to pose for off-color photographs? Why does a pretty miss allow herself to be used for illicit pictures? To give you the answers, this outspoken novel probes the shocking excess of attractive Cherry Gordon - who started as a good kid, but was taught to be bad . . .The temptations of night-club life, and coercion to make her perform at 'stag' affairs - these things might not have ruined her. But then Cherry was pushed, poked, and prodded into the role of star performer in provocative photos. Thereafter her sins became progressively greater, and progressively worse.There might have been hope for Cherry, for one man, although active in the foul racket, truly loved her. By this time, however, she was blunted to ordinary morals, commonplace desires. One day he found Cherry in the arms of a redheaded woman . . .

Sheba

by Orrie Hitt

Sheba - that was her real name - looked innocent as a lamb and twice as cuddly. She happened to be a she-wolf in sheep's clothing. A saleswoman, that is - who used her retching femininity to move merchandise.She had been taught her trade by an expert - the same virile sales executive who had shattered the lamblike innocence once hers, the innocence now worn like a disguise. Maybe it was exactly this virginal aspect of Sheba which encouraged Fred, the man she loved, to brutally ravish her. Why should the sales people have all the fun?The time came when Sheba tired of delivering the goods. But how could she expect help from the operators making her sell her soul for a commission? Or from Fred, who had forced himself upon her. Maybe it would be better, she figured, just to take what she could get - and like it!

Woman Hunt

by Orrie Hitt

Cynthia was just what Bill Masters wanted - at first. But her opulent charms proved a lot more accessible than her equally lush bank account, and after all she would be worth a hundred thousand dollars to him - dead. Besides, there was that pretty redhead, Sherry. And Donna, whom once he had loved and maybe he could love again . . .So Bill, who loved to hunt, set up his guns and his traps. Only this time the victim was human. Cynthia to be exact. Which would have worked out fine except that Sherry caught on. All those attractions of hers - the proud profile, the saucy hips, the slim, silky legs - they were prime bait. It was Bill who was snared now!

Dolls and Dues

by Orrie Hitt

What kind of woman was Paul's wife? She was a company doll with a bankroll for a heart, and a body that denied a man nothing - except love!What kind of man was Paul? He was a union boss, magnetic, handsome, a leader of men - and irresistible to women. He was also ruthless, greedy, and completely lustful.So everywhere in his vicious world of the fast buck and faster dames he sought the love his wife denied him. He picked it up from tramps and debutramps, from trollops, even from nice girls . . . And all the while he built his monstrous machine to bleed business dry and squeeze the working man. For Paul Jackson was driven by naked lust - for wealth . . . lust for power . . . above all, lust for women!

Suburban Wife

by Orrie Hitt

The Fords, the Saxons, and the Ramseys were neighbors - just good friends.But young Beth Ford was lonely and neglected . . .Pretty Grace Saxon was sick of a husband who wouldn't give her what she needed . . .Millicent Ramsey, buxom and blue-eyed, had been waiting - and wanting - for seven frustrating years . . .Inevitably, each saw the other's man as more attractive than her own.So pretty soon the Fords, the Saxons and the Ramseys became more - a lot more - than just good friends. Then came the final shuffle that had them sharing practically everything.

The Sucker

by Orrie Hitt

One damn girl after another . . .Girls of every size, shape, and style - these were Slade Harper's stock in trade. Like Cleo, still a child, whose bed and body he had won in a crap game. And glamorous Ruth Talley, with whom he conspired by day and perspired by night. And Marie, of the crippled thighs - twisted Doris Barker, the pseudo-Lesbian - lovely Beth, the professional, whose money went into Slade's pocket . . .Girls - lovely girls - each victimized by Slade because of what a woman had once done to him. He treated them as flesh to be enjoyed, beaten, exploited . . . he used and abused them for a pack of fools. Yet freakish fate, and his own desires, at last gave them a chance to teach him that the real sucker was Slade Harper himself!

I'll Call Every Monday

by Orrie Hitt

The first published novel of Orrie Hitt!Nicky Weaver is an insurance man with a policy of loving women. Each Monday he goes out to collect money for the insurance he's sold, he conducts business with a bevy of beautiful ladies. Young girls, widows, and the wife of a sketchy artist working the pornography circuit who just might be the ticket to ill-gotten money.

The Promoter

by Orrie Hitt

At first it was just for fun - amateur stuff. It did no harm to anybody, except maybe one or two innocent young kids in a cellar club, kids like Marilyn Wentworth . . .But then Al Robbins began to put things on a professional basis. He forced Marilyn to recruit good-looking college debs. He sent his lieutenant, big Tony, after pretty little factory workers and gamins from the garment district. Soon he had everything a man needs to be kingpin of a vice racket. Everything, that is, except a go-ahead from the mob - and from his own tigress of a girlfriend.

The Lady is a Lush

by Orrie Hitt

Why do pretty housewives like Amy Collins so often fall into that common trap - the afternoon hour at some bar? Do they drink because of loneliness, boredom with a society that offers too little to women? Or is it the other way around? Is it the alcohol itself that generates the urge for male companionship, excitement, thrills?A heavenly body in a deadly orbit of men and martinis, the golden Amy wasn't old enough to vote. But she was old enough, smart enough, to know life need not be dull while Chip, her lusty husband, was away. All she had to do was drown her inhibitions in a bottle, then throw herself into the arms of the nearest man. If Chip learned of it, she could still hold him. He loved her, didn't he? Besides she was by far the prettiest, sexiest thing in sight!

Ladies' Man

by Orrie Hitt

Three girls and a man - that was the set-up. And it suited Nicky fine because he was the man! Of course, it took a bit of juggling. Alice for instance, just wanted love all the time. But Marie was after a little business with her pleasure. As for Lola - lovely Lola - she was pure trouble . . .But worth it, Nicky figured. That sweet-smelling, long-legged body of hers. And that $25,000! He didn't see why he couldn't have Lola, her money - and the other girls besides. Not only were they crazy about him, but they were such pretty little creatures. Always ready for a romp, a party - or a rendezvous!

Pushover

by Orrie Hitt

A girl had put brash Danny Fulton into business - and maybe a girl would put him out. Because the whole sweet sucker game depended on girls . . .Like that cop's daughter, pretty Gloria, who dreamed up the big pitch after a couple of nights of love. Or Madeline, fond of giving Danny a nice present after every job - a very special present. And Sandy, not only ravishing, but rich. And, for casual 'deals,' such innocent you things as Sally Grafton . . .They made a strange assortment of bedfellows, but did have some things in common. Each was wildly beautiful. And each, for Danny Fulton, was just a - Pushover!

With a Madman Behind Me

by Talmage Powell

This one was for keeps.It started the night private eye Ed Rivers went to the rescue of a damsel in distress and almost ended up at the bottom of Tampa Bay.Ed knew who was lurking behind him. His name was Russ Leppert. Russ liked to kill people. Not for any real reason - just because he liked it.Then there was the man who had once been the business of hustling pornographic stag movies. He wanted to get back into the racket again, in a big way.And, of course, the middle-aged Dixieland musician named Straight Stuff Delaney.Was Straight Stuff blowing for kicks - or merely furnishing the fanfares for other murders to come?

Don't Cry For Me

by William Campbell Gault

He was a heel . . . a blue-blood gone bad, a low-brow with class, a bum with an income. He liked low-slung cars and top-heavy girls, and he took his pleasure where he found it. He was the consort of bookies, dope-peddlers, crooks; the buddy of has-beens, tough guys, and junkies. He dreamed the big dream, but played it small . . . free wheeling it down hill all the way, with a crack-up--and murder--at the bottom.Too many slow horses, too many fast women, and finally, one loaded cigarette; and after that . . . trouble: a woman who wouldn't stay, a dead man's face that wouldn't go away, and an alibi that wouldn't stick . . .

Head, Shoulders, Pee, and Moles

by Carolyn Dean Paul Kleinman

The only see-it-and-believe-it guide to whole-body self-diagnosis! Worried about that not-so-distinct mole? Has an online search led you to believe that you're suffering from neurodermatitis, nasal polyps, or elephantitis? Do you slather on a bottle of sanitizer daily or avoid others like they have the plague? Don't quarantine yourself just yet-trust your own eyes! Thanks to the help and humor of Paul Kleinman, you can learn and laugh about what you've got and what you're coming down with, all by looking at your body. Prognoses include: Dry, brittle hair is a symptom of hypothyroidism. Looks like you're running low on hormones or moisturizing shampoo. . . . White patches on your feet could mean you have pitted keratolysis. Great, so a colony of bacteria decided to move in or you forgot to use your antiperspirant again. . . A rash from cheek to cheek could be a sign of lupus. Don't fret-your insides might be at war with an inflammatory disease or you may just need a higher SPF . . . Drawn from real tenets of traditional medicine, modern research, and alternative practices, this tongue-in-cheek health guide will scratch your cyberchondriac's itch for information.

1,001 Phrases You Need to Get a Job

by Burton Jay Nadler Nancy Schuman

Find the right words for the best job! It's not enough to have the talent and experience to land the right job-you have to be able to put that talent and experience into words. With just the right phrase, you can highlight your achievements in your resume, make the cover letter pitch that sets you apart from the crowd, and underscore your unique skill set in the interview that lands you the job. In 1,001 Phrases You Need to Get a Job, employment gurus Nancy Schuman and Burton Jay Nadler show you how to walk the walk and talk the talk you need to win the job you want.

Start a Business for Less Than $15,000

by Richard Walsh

Millions of Americans are out of work. Their savings accounts have shrunk, and they're taking out second mortgages and cashing in their retirement accounts to pay off overdue credit card bills. But the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in America, as clear in initiatives like Small Business Saturday and Entrepreneur.com. And hundreds of thousands of courageous innovators have decided to start their own businesses. The question is--how much money will it take to do it successfully? Here are innovative, exciting ideas for businesses based on what the reader can afford. For each venture author Richard Walsh outlines start up expenses, probable earnings, qualifications, and gives the low down on what the business is really all about. This is the essential down-and-dirty guide for every aspiring entrepreneur who wants to select a business, get a business plan together, and join the small business revolution.

Start a Business for Less Than $5,000

by Richard Walsh

Millions of Americans are out of work. Their savings accounts have shrunk, and they're taking out second mortgages and cashing in their retirement accounts to pay off overdue credit card bills. But the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in America, as clear in initiatives like Small Business Saturday and Entrepreneur.com. And hundreds of thousands of courageous innovators have decided to start their own businesses. The question is--how much money will it take to do it successfully? Here are innovative, exciting ideas for businesses based on what the reader can afford. For each venture author Richard Walsh outlines start up expenses, probable earnings, qualifications, and gives the low down on what the business is really all about. This is the essential down-and-dirty guide for every aspiring entrepreneur who wants to select a business, get a business plan together, and join the small business revolution.

Start a Business for Less Than $2,000

by Richard Walsh

Millions of Americans are out of work. Their savings accounts have shrunk, and they're taking out second mortgages and cashing in their retirement accounts to pay off overdue credit card bills. But the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in America, as clear in initiatives like Small Business Saturday and Entrepreneur.com. And hundreds of thousands of courageous innovators have decided to start their own businesses. The question is--how much money will it take to do it successfully? Here are innovative, exciting ideas for businesses based on what the reader can afford. For each venture author Richard Walsh outlines start up expenses, probable earnings, qualifications, and gives the low down on what the business is really all about. This is the essential down-and-dirty guide for every aspiring entrepreneur who wants to select a business, get a business plan together, and join the small business revolution.

Hot Stuff

by Adams Media

Get Fired Up and Feel the Burn! Whether you enjoy tasting the fire for pleasure or just for the bragging rights, you'll definitely work up a sweat digging into these daring dishes. Featuring heat from across the culinary world, these melt-your-mouth recipes pack quite the punch, with a variety of sauces bringing the burn. It doesn't matter if you're a pub-grub lover or chili connoisseur - Hot Stuff combines highbrow and lowbrow recipes into one flaming mix with options like: Sriracha Burgers Classic Buffalo Chicken Wings Prairie Fire Shooters Indonesian Rendang Curry Beef Finished off with a scorching side of hot-sauce trivia, this fiery cookbook is your ultimate guide to getting sauced and feeling the burn!

Fell Back

by M. E. Kerr

When a classmate at his exclusive private school falls to his death from a tower, seventeen-year-old John Fell is determined to find out whether the incident was suicide, accident, or murder.

Fell

by M. E. Kerr

John Fell loves his family and gourmet cooking, and feels appropriately tormented by Keats, his rich girlfriend from the right side of the tracks. A normal life - normal, that is, until he meets Woodrow Pingree one night by ramming into the back of his Mitsubishi. Suddenly nothing will be the same. A poor boy is now a rich one at an exclusive prep school. A woman who's no longer a girl enters Fell's life with long kisses and no promises. He's paid to be someone he's not with a name that's no longer his own. ''Your fate is already set; just lean into it,'' Fell is told. Only don't fall, Fell... don't fall.Fell is a love story and a suspense story - the first in a series by M.E. Kerr.A strange incident on the night of the senior prom changes John Fell's entire life, leading him to enroll in an exclusive private school under an assumed name.

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