Bent Pages

I have a small collection trashy novels from the fifties. These are perhaps the finest writings of that era. I felt compelled to share these great works of literary art with you, the discriminating internet sleaze hound. So cozy up by the fire place with a warm cup of hot chocolate and prepare to enter the wonderful world of fine literature.

  • Weekend by Kim Savage
    With Mark and Helena’s marriage on the ropes, Mrs. Lassiter plans the ultimate weekend to spice things up. To complicate matters, the guests include Mark’s new secretary/fling, Helena’s photographer “friend” Ken, Mark’s buddy Ben and his […]
  • Lovers and Madmen by Barry Devlin
    Published in 1953, this book opens with this passage from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: “Lovers and madmen have such seething brains, Such shaping fantasies, that apprehend More than cool reason ever comprehends.” Ah, leave it to […]
  • Pulsebeat by Frank Smith
    When Allie King heard the heavy iron gates of the penitentiary clang shut behind him, he breathed deeply of the crisp, fresh air and made a vow that he would never be caught again. Somewhere along […]
  • Golf Widow by Barry Devlin
    Vixen Press brings us this sordid tale of love, deception, murder, and golf. This book plays like a soap opera. Hugh Alton, the (literally) cocky golf enthusiast and Oakcrest Country Club’s most popular/powerful member, is found […]
  • The Sinning Lens by Mark Tryon
    This trashy 1953 novel was published by Vixen Press. It tells the story of Mitch, a stunning nineteen-year-old sociology major who sidelines as a photography model. After a disastrously failed attempt to bring art to the […]