Sloane Britain aka Sloan Britton was the pseudonym of Elaine Williams, aka Elaine H. Cumming (1932-1963), who was an editor at Midwood-Tower and a ground-breaking author of lesbian pulp fiction. She was killed in a car accident in Red Hook, NY on December 23, 1963, after attending a party. She left behind behind a husband and four children.
TWELVE forbidden, sexy novels from the 1950s and early 60s, out of print for decades, collected in one volume:
Awakening of Jenny by Lillian Colter
Beyond Desire by Richard Himmel
Born to be Made by John Burton Thompson
Bucks County Report by Stuart James
The Cheaters by Jr. Ledru Baker
The Dark of Summer by E.M. Parsons
The Demands of the Flesh by March Hastings
The Girls of the French Quarter by John Burton Thompson
The Lusting Drive by Ovid Demaris
The Outcasts by March Hastings
The Third Theme by March Hastings
Unnatural by Sloane Britain
Four lost, ground-breaking classics of lesbian pulp fiction, back in print for the first time in 60 years.
Allison loved Lydia. She loved her so much that sometimes she thought it was wrong. She felt that there must be something sinful about a love so strong it blotted out everything else. Lydia was Allison’s whole life… until one night, when she went to a wild, bohemian party and met Cal Staton. He certainly seemed interested… and everyone was always telling her to settle down… but Cal Staton was a man, and men had hurt her so much. Perhaps she would be better off staying with Lydia, who turned the world away when she took her in her arms. Lydia, who could make her melt with a glance… and climb to the peaks of ecstasy with just a caress…