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.
Frank Smith's Pulsebeat. This one's a real gripper! A straight up story of the life and times of an up and coming mobster. Move over Goodfellas, this one hits you like a triple shot of the good stuff!
Barry Devlin's Golf Widow. A story of lust, murder, and intrigue on the links!
The first book in my little survey is a spicy little number by Mark Tryon called The Sinning Lens. Prepare to enter seedy world of underground photography and social work!