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 SavageWith 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 DevlinPublished 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 SmithWhen 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 DevlinVixen 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 TryonThis 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 […]