|Vintage Pulp||Apr 7 2016|
The city never rests and neither does she.
This cover featuring a beautiful nocturnal vision of Paris and an overheated femme fatale could have fit into two of our previous cover collections—either the group featuring Venetian blinds or the Eiffel Tower set. If you have a moment you should take a look at those. You’ll see amazing cover art. The book above comes from Rome based Edizioni MA-GA and was written for their FBI Story series by Georges H. Bosckero, a pseudonym used—along with Joe H. Bosk, Kriss Leclerc, Georges H. Boskero and possibly other variations—by Giorgio Boschero. The year on this is 1960 and the artist is, sadly, unknown.
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