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New York: Carlton Press, Hearthstone Book. 1981. hardcover. As a teenager, Goodge was instrumental in the formation of one of the first Elvis Presley clubs. She traces the development of her own relationship and others to Elvis, the "King of Rock and Roll"
Batman & Me
California: Eclipse Books. 1989. hardcover. Bob Kane and writer Tom Andrae offer an illustrated account of fifty years of Batman stories, anecdotes and memorabilia. Signed and limited 342/2500.
No Beast So Fierce
New York: Norton. 1972. Hardcover. A novel about criminals and violent crime written by Edward Bunker, a former prisoner of Folsom State Prison.
New York: Pyramid Books. PNF V3332. 1974. paperback. Paul McCartney topped her long list of lovers. From coast to coast she slept her way into one creative job and out of another. From booze to pot to pills to mental hospitals. Francie left no door closed!
playboy press. 3rd printing. hardcover. Honey is a torrid true-to-life memoir that makes the fictionalized Fear of Flying seem tame indeed. Miami's number 1 strip queen was 24 when Lenny Bruce met her and tumbled madly in love. Inscribed by editor Bob McKendrick.
The Music World of Joe Thompson
San Francisco, California: Music World Publishing. 1990. softcover. Memoir of Joe Thompson musician and radio personality from San Francisco. Revisions written on a few pages with reference to Allessandro Baccari.
The Private Life of Helen of Troy
Popular Library. 147. 1948. Rudolph Belarski. paperback. 2nd paperback printing of Popular Library book with cover art by Rudolph Belarski.
Yellow Kid Weil - Con Man
New York: Pyramid Books. G280. 1957. paperback. A fabulous, dapper rascal who managed to stay one step ahead of the police! In his long and checkered career as a confidence man, "Yellow Kid" Weil mulcted the public of over $8,000,000. The unvarnished truth as told to W. T. Brannon.
I Was A Drug Addict
New York: Random House. 1953. hardcover. "This is the story of my thirteen years in the depths and my fight back to a place as a self-respecting human being. I have written it to explain the whole thing, not to justify myself or anyone else."
My Naughty, Naughty Life!
Hollywood, California: Century Publishing. CB001. 1964. paperback. Mamie bares all in her outspoken biography. Her lovers, her dreams! Includes 32 full color picture inserts.
My Wild Love Experiences
Chicago, Illinois: Novel Books, A Specialty Book. SB7N789. 1965. paperback. Mamie confides her most intimate thoughts and experiences: "Let's face it, sex is is important" and "Where will it end? I don't know. But it will be fun to find out!" Illustrated with black and white photos.
The Big Love
Lancer Books. 607. 1961. paperback. Errol Flynn's love affair with teenager Beverly Aadland told by her Mom.
My Hollywood, The Memories of Patsy Ruth Miller
O'Raghailligh Ltd. Publishers. 1988. hardcover. The official autobiography of Patsy Ruth Miller who played Esmeralda in the silent Lon Chaney classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Includes Magic Image Filmbooks "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". A deluxe hardbound edition with over 400 pages and over 500 photographs. Includes 4-page foldout.....
Diary of a Lover
Warner Books. 1978. paperback. The true story of a boy who became a master of sex and played drums in the joints of San Francisco's Tenderloin!
The Naked Soul of Iceberg Slim
Holloway House. 88-414. 1971. Earnie Kollar. 1st. paperback. 1st printing of vintage paperback.
For Money or Love
New York: Ballantine Books. 1977. paperback. The shattering and true story of America's teenage midnight cowboys. 2nd paperback printing.
I Am A Teen-Age Dope Addict
Monarch Books. 526. 1962. paperback. The autobiography of a girl who goes from taking a puff off a refer to a blast - of heroin!