Friday, December 28, 2012

frenchie

Rounding out our survey of this stack paperbacks is Frenchie by Aaron Bell; the fourth and final Kozy book in this series of "After Dark" entries as well as the final post of this calendar year.



And on that note, I am off to enjoy a four day weekend with the husband and what's left of 2012. Thanks so much for reading / playing along over this past year & hope to see you in 2013!

Friday, December 21, 2012

love peeper

Next up, and the next to last book seen in this pile of "After Dark" pulp fiction, is Love Peeper by Ben Anderton.



As has been the case with the previous posts featuring Kozy Books, I have no credit for the artwork on the front cover. The back cover does contain some biographical info. on the author; but not his real name. (Either way he sounds like quite the character!)

Friday, December 14, 2012

man for hire

Continuing our effort to cozy up with the four Kozy Books seen at the bottom of this stack of "After Dark" paperbacks, tonight's entry is Man For Hire by Michael Harley.



As usual I don't have a credit for the cover, or much by way of biographical information on the author to share, but as always if I find any, or if any finds me, I will add it in.

Interestingly, there was a boy named Michael Harley in my homeroom the entire time I was in elementary school but, considering this book was written in 1961 and he likely wasn't born until sometime in the early '70s, I'm pretty sure there's no relation.

Friday, December 7, 2012

reaped loves

Those of you who have been following our stroll through this this pile of "After Dark" pulp fiction may have noticed the stack represents offerings from three different publishers. We've already worked our way through the five Midwood and Monarch titles, which means for the next few weeks we're gonna cozy up with four Kozy books, starting with Reaped Loves by Kirby Lord.



Unfortunately I don't have any credit for the cover or biographical info. on the author to offer but you can read a little more about the publisher on the Vintage Sleaze blog, aka my new favorite blog, here.