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Macon: Samhain Publishing, Ltd., 2008. First Edition. Trade Paperback.
First edition - a paperback original. Inscribed and signed by author on title page (using her real name, Colleen).
260,  pp. "Guilty pleasures - we all have them. And four of Samhains top m/m erotica writers are serving them up.....
California: Essex House, 1968. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback.
First edition (a paperback original). Rear cover lightly creased, light general wear.
255 pp. With a postscript by Theodore Sturgeon. Award-winning author Philip José Farmer's 1960s Science Fiction porn epic. This mind-blowing classic conjures a universe of unrelenting sexual degradation and.....
New York: Blue Moon, 2002. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback.
First edition. Minor general wear.
151 pp. A Sensual tour de force, 66 Chapters About 33 Women weaves a complicated web of erotic connections between 33 women and their lovers. Granting each woman two vignettes, Hemmingson examines their sexual peccadilloes.....
New Jersey: The Ecco Press, 1996. First Edition. Hard Cover.
First edition. Signed by author without inscription. A fine copy.
x, 214 pp. Presents a series of "deliriums," mysterious, radiant, spacious, wayward, and constantly changing, and a grand cast of characters involved in most unusual relationships in this strikingly original.....
New York: Warner Books, 1992. 2nd Printing. Mass Market Paperback.
2nd printing. Faint crease.
Brought up in the delightful English countryside, Rupert, aged fifteen when we meet him, is ready to savour the traditional sporting delights of the privileged English gentleman--and to master the equipment needed for them. Who better.....
New York: The Picadilly Books Company, 1955. Glass, Zolton; Peynet. Stapled Binding.
64 pp. Short stories and other brief writings with suggestive illustrations, photographic nudes, and risque ads. This issue includes A Swell-Looking Girl by Erskine Caldwell, The Impossible Nude by photographer Zolton Glass, and a series of brief reviews.....
New York: The Picadilly Books Company, 1955. List, Herbert; Peynet; Cruikshank, George; Kay. Stapled Binding.
64 pp. Short stories and other brief writings with suggestive illustrations, photographic nudes, risque ads, and a series of brief reviews of books controversial for their sexual content by George Sylvester Viereck. Also includes several.....
Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Classics, 1999. Reissue. Trade Paperback.
Reissue. Sticker remnant.
This work is the frank sexual autobiography of Edward Sellon. Sellon, a real-life Harry Flashman, joined the army and went to India, where he enjoyed the charms of married ladies and Indian schoolgirls alike. He returned to England, and lived.....
New York: The Woodford Press, 1953. First Edition. Hard Cover.
First edition. Minor loss from jacket corners.
223 pp. 8vo. A novel following the exploits of a Georgian girl with fairly loose morals (especially at the time of publication), published by the pulp author known for such titles as Cravings.....
New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1966. 1st Printing. Mass Market Paperback.
1st printing. Cover corner clipped, edge wear.
376 pp. An English translation, from the German version by Franz Kuhn, of the Ming period novel first published in 1634, which is simultaneously an erotic and a morally instructive novel.