Posts Categorized: John B. Thompson

Vintage Sleaze #5: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 1950s and 1960s By /////

Vintage Sleaze #5: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 1950s and 1960s Anthology containing:
Chico's Women by March Hastings
A Matter of Adultery by Don Lee
Dangerous Harem by John B. Thompson
A Rage Within by March Hastings
Gambler’s Girl by John Tanner
Honey in Louisiana, Two Novels by John B. Thompson & Jack Woodford
Sweet Cheat by Peter Duncan
Sinful Virgin by John B. Thompson
The Split-Level Game by Louis Lorraine
Sugar Doll by John B. Thompson
The Thrill Club by Edward Gregory Carroll

Dangerous Harem By

Dangerous Harem This novel, originally published in 1952, was substantially rewritten and re-released nine years later under the title TEXAS TRAMP by a different publisher. Both versions are available from Cutting Edge Books.

Ex-G.I. Frank Barden is an unlicensed investigator hired by a millionaire to be his personal, in-house detective, unearthing the secrets of his family and his investors. It's a pursuit that reveals the powerful passions of the woman in the tycoon's life: Little Dene, who has sex, murder and money on her mind...and in that order. Big and beautiful Prett, who can brawl almost as viciously as she can love, and there's Marlo, whose cunning and lust were more than a match for any man.

Sugar Doll By

Sugar Doll A ravished girl. A ravishing woman. Their beauty and burning desires inflamed the Southern town, bringing out the raw passions of every man around them. Some men wanted them. Some men feared them. And some men were their prey....

A long-lost masterpiece of Louisiana noir by John B. Thompson.

The John Thompson Reader By

The John Thompson Reader Here are 12 scorching novels of lust, adventure, crime, tragedy and romance by John B. Thompson, an under-appreciated author of sharply observant, brilliantly-written stories of the deep south in the 1950s & '60s. Unfortunately, his books were packaged and marketed as "sleaze" for their uncompromising explicitness. So his bold work fell into obscurity. Now they are back in print for the first time in over 60 years.