When I went to the paperback show today, I brought a small cloth tote bag, about 12" square. I told myself I would not buy more than could fit in that little bag. We all have ways of controlling our addictions. Well, I did not buy more than could fit in the little bag, but that little bag was packed close to bursting by the time I dragged myself away. The real killer was the eleventh hour score of a beautiful copy of WHIP HAND by W. Franklin Sanders. (Charles Willeford) Here's the rest of the haul.
WILD TO POSSESS - Gil Brewer
THREE WAY SPLIT - Gil Brewer
HOMICIDAL LADY – Day Keene
DEAD DOLLS DON’T TALK – Day Keene
WORLD WITHOUT WOMEN – Day Keene and Leonard Pruyn (a rare SF choice for me)
DAGGER OF FLESH – Richard Prather
SO WICKED MY LOVE – Bruno Fischer
SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS AND OTHER STORIES – Ernest Lehman
and this amazing score:
Published in 1940. I love the two fallen fedoras on the cover. Great interior illos in this one too.
Great show, great score and great to see so many old friends and meet a few new ones too. I'm just really glad this is only once a year.