Friday, May 06, 2016

PaperBack



Albert L. Quandt, Cellar Club, Star Novels, 1956

6 comments:

Don Coffin said...

Where was this when I was a thrill-seeking teenager? (I missed out on a lot when I was a teenager...)

Bill Crider said...

You should've visited the Cellar Club in your neighborhood.

Todd Mason said...

As I just noted on G+: The Endless fascination with this sort of thing on the part of exploitation fiction in the '50s...part of the problem with orgies in the cellar are: teen awkwardness, dankness, the parents sticking their heads in. But surely no one worries too much about such trivia. Wonder what percentage of such books sold to teens.

Bill Crider said...

The Bomb, the Commies, and the teenagers -- the Big 3 of '50s fears.

Todd Mason said...

13-19yo Red nuclear weapon technicians! I hate and fear those guys!

Don Coffin said...

Had there been a Cellar Club in my neighborhood...I would have been there...but, alas, there was not such.