BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
I wonder what books would have been included?
I can answer that one. United Graphics of Delray Beach was a publisher of, in Larry Block's phrase, mid-century erotica, under a dizzying array of imprints. Some sample titles: Female Peeping Tom, Hot Little Hustlers, My Husband Was a Woman, Route Sixty-Sex, and Satan Was My Pimp. You might have scored some Richard E. Geis or George H. Smith, and Bonfils covers. Now aren't you sorry you didn't order when you had the chance?Art ScottP.S. - I wouldn't be at all surprised if these ready-packed cases still sit on pallets in a Florida warehouse, somewhere.
Boy, would I like to get into that warehouse!
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