Posts Categorized: Carolyn Weston

Tales of the Deep South: Four Complete Novels By ///

Tales of the Deep South: Four Complete Novels Four powerful, controversial, highly-acclaimed novels set in the deep south during the 1950s and early 1960s that deal with politics, race, crime, and sex in bold, exciting stories that reflect the turbulent era...and leave a lasting impression. All these novels are back in print for the first time in over 60 years... and collected for the first time ever in one massive ebook.

Vintage Sleaze 3: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 1950s and 1960s By //////

Vintage Sleaze 3: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 1950s and 1960s TWELVE forbidden, sexy novels from the 1950s and early 60s, out of print for decades, collected in one volume:
CIRCLE OF SIN by March Hastings
SEASON FOR SIN by Louis Lorraine
LUST FOR YOUTH by Warner Jackson
TORMENTED by Carolyn Weston
COMMUTER WIDOW by Louis Lorraine
JUDGE NOT MY SINS by Stuart James
VEIL OF TORMENT by March Hastings
HOT BLOOD by John Burton Thompson
TWISTED LOVE by Mark Tryon
OBSESSED by March Hastings
ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD by John Burton Thompson


TORMENTED This is the story of five people… of Elizabeth Carnes, driven by a desperate, aching passion to a mysterious lover who is the only one who can give her the physical release her devoted husband can’t provide… of George Carnes, spurned by his wife and forced to seek solace in the womanly warmth of his secretary, the deceptively placid Stella Sander, who hides a voracious sexual appetite…of Jon Steen, the complex, dangerous, bisexual artist who unlocks Elizabeth’s lust… and of Tracy Steen, Jon’s controlling wife, whose neurotic, all-consuming need for love and devotion will lead to a shattering end for them all.


FACE OF MY ASSASSIN It's 1959. Matthew Scott is a widowed, alcoholic reporter from New York who seeks personal and professional redemption when he's sent to the Deep South to write about a town that is defying a U.S. Supreme Court decision to integrate blacks into schools. His mere presence is a catalyst that ignites long-buried racial, political, religious, and personal conflicts among the residents, both white and black, ripping the town apart. Those tensions violently explode when Scott is falsely arrested by the bigoted, tyrannical sheriff for the rape and murder of an out-spoken black schoolteacher.