|Vintage Pulp||Jan 10 2015|
Sigh. Maybe I’d feel better about it if I stopped calling them one night stands and thought of them as auditions.
Above, the cover of Overnight Blonde by Charles E. Colohan, 1949, number fifty in the Quarter Books catalog, art by unknown. Inside blurb reads: A lovely body and a good mind combined to make Elizabeth a picture of mature voluptuousness. She helped many a lusting male go the way of all flesh, until she met Frederick Fleming. But can a man love and trust a woman whose brazen promiscuity he knows so well? Interestingly, this book seems to have been a reprint and re-title of Big Blonde, written by one Charles E. Colahan with an “a” and published by William Godwin, Inc. in 1935.
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