VINTAGE SLEAZE #1: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 50s and 60s


TWELVE forbidden, racy novels from the 1950s and early 60s, out of print for decades, collected in one volume

These sexy, torrid paperbacks, with memorably racy and daring covers, were hot in the 1950s and 60s, despite often being banned, censored or labeled indecent. While there is plenty of sex in these books, it’s mostly mild by today’s standards, more turgid prose than turgid flesh. But many of these books were ground-breaking in their day, either by breaking taboos about same-sex or mixed race relationships, or by financing & launching the careers of exceptional writers who would later become famous under their real names.

The books included here, unedited and in their entirety, are:

By Flesh Alone by March Hastings
Carnival Girl by Max Gareth
Crack-Up by March Hastings
Kiss or Kill by John B. Thompson
Man Among Women by Randy Salem
Mimi by Lee Morell
Savage Surrender by March Hastings
Swamp Nymph by John Burton Thompson
The Bad Girls by Bud Clifton
The Fire That Burns by Mark Tryon
The Lustful Three by Tom Harland
Whip of Desire by March Hastings

Be sure to grab the other VINTAGE SLEAZE collections!