|Vintage Pulp||Jul 3 2009|
This is a simply perfect Robert Bonfils cover for Alan Marshall’s, aka Donald E. Westlake’s, Lust Always Rings Twice. The overall humor of the piece is great, but Bonfils has really nailed the postman’s facial expression, which is that of a guy pleasantly shocked to discover he’s going to be giving a beautiful woman an entirely different type of package than he’d thought. This almost makes us want to apply for a postal job, except we’re not lucky enough to get a route like this guy’s, nor are we nimble enough to avoid the sprays of indiscriminate gunfire from disgruntled employees. So we’ll just stick with the book—it really delivers.