|Vintage Pulp||Sep 20 2013|
It’s not their fault—it’s a jean-etic disorder.
In pulp and sleaze fiction there are many types of bad women—vamps, golddiggers, black widows, you name it—but women who wear jeans, or even jean shorts, are destined for a special brand of trouble. Some of these women are already corrupt while others are merely at the gateway, but they all end up in the same place—Calamity City, daddy-o.
Gang GirlStreets of SinRoughneckDevil in DungareesUntamedHooked (Narcotics: America’s Peril)The JuviesRiverfront GirlThe Neon JungleBad GirlsThe Violent OnesD for DelinquentHate AlleyMartin L. WeissBud CliftonEvan HunterHal EllsonJonathan CraigRobert TurnerGil BrewerLeo MarguliesJohn D. MacDonaldRick HolmesHarlan EllisonHarry WhittingtonWill OurslerLawrence Dwight SmithWarner HallAlbert ConroyJim ThompsonMark RyanWenzell Browncover artliteraturecover collection
|Vintage Pulp||Jan 11 2009|
He would've wanted me to find happiness. Maybe not this often, but hey, a girl’s gotta live, right?
How long is a proper mourning period? Not very long, apparently. Above is an excellent piece of cover art from Charles Copeland for Rick Holmes’ 1963 Beacon-Signal sleaze novel New Widow, about a woman whose husband of six years dies in an automobile accident, and who suddenly finds that four men she thought were friends now just want to get into her panties.