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"FLAMMÊCHE, Pierre" - [DAWSON, George H.] : THE SILKEN LURE.

Cleveland : Kaywin Publishers, [ca.1952]. First American edition. Vile seducer eventually pays for the sins of his youth. Originally published by Swan in 1941, and by Locker in the UK in 1949.
Crown 8vo (18cm). 128pp. Original pictorial stapled wrappers - a design by Reginald Heade; a few tiny nicks to wrappers; a few faint signs of age and use, revised price sticker on upper wrapper, but overall a very good copy. No copy of this edition traced in any major UK library.

£40

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"FLAMMÊCHE, Pierre" - [DAWSON, George H.] : SPOILED LIVES.

Cleveland : Kaywin Publishers, (1952). First American edition. Phil Langley must marry - pursued by three beauties - blonde, redhead and brunette - makes a fatal choice. Originally published as "Spoilt Lives" by Swan in 1941, and as "Spoiled Lives" by Archer in the UK in 1950.
Crown 8vo (18cm). 128pp. Original pictorial stapled wrappers - an explanatory design by Reginald Heade; slight crease to spine; a couple of tiny nicks to wrappers, but overall a very good copy. No copy of this edition traced in any major UK library.

£40

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"FLAMMÊCHE, Pierre" - [DAWSON, George H.] : WHEN PASSION RULES.

Stoke-on-Trent : Archer Press, [1950]. First edition. Sylvia is abandoned for Elsie, Battersea for Knightsbridge - "I am going to the woman who is not so straight-laced, who will give herself to me whether I marry her or not - And maybe her money is more important than her body! - Goodbye"! The author's pseudonym is mis-spelt Flannêche on the title-page.
Crown 8vo (19cm). 128pp. Original pictorial stapled wrappers - a woman in abandon from Reginald Heade; American price over-printed on upper wrapper; "Printed in England" stamp on title; slight split at foot; circle of discolouration near the American price; a few minor marks; text a little tanned, but a very good copy.

£50

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