Monthly Archives: April 2011

AKA Albert Leffingwell

Dunno if you like him.  Writing as Dana Chambers, Leffingwell did at least 7 novels in the ’40s and what looks like one collection of short stories.   The Frightened Man was never registered; some of the others were registered … Continue reading

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Sexed-Up Pulp By a Western Author

Fury in the Heart was done by W.T. Ballard for Monarch (a firm that got pretty explicit after the Roth Decision opened up things in adult books.)  This book dates from the late ’50s, and is a pretty tame account … Continue reading

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Sexed-Up Western

Something by Frank Castle.  Man wrote a number of Westerns, along with some softcore-y stuffs.  Have one by him about Roman times that I’ll probably do this summer. If you’re on Twitter, that front cover is rare and salvaged post-scan. … Continue reading

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Clifton Adams is Underrated

Like a lot of Gold Medal authors, some of his earliest works didn’t get renewed.  Unlike a # of Gold Medal types, a number of his Westerns actually weren’t renewed.  For some reason, I’ve been of the belief that noir … Continue reading

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