Fred Malloy

Fred Malloy

Fred Malloy was a pseudonym for an author writing paperback “pulp” novels in the 50s & 60s, including Devil’s Holiday, Wild Hunger, Five-Way Affair, Rooming House, Strumpet’s Seed, Curing Cindy’s Itch, and Dark Passions. (AI-created Photo)


Books by Fred Malloy

Devil’s Holiday

Devil's Holiday

A fast-paced, hard-boiled novel about marriage and infidelity in the early 1950s that exposes, with no-holds-barred, the high-living, wife-swapping, post-war generation whose one aim in life was the pursuit of illicit thrills.

Ken was married less than a year. So what was he doing in a motel with a sexy blond who was not his wife? Connie, his wife, loved him, but she didn't hesitate one second when Cash Hardin asked her up to his bachelor apartment for much more than a cup of sugar. What her husband didn't know wouldn't hurt him.

A pulp paperback classic, back in print for the first time in 70 years.

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