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“RÉNIN, Paul” – [GOYNE, Richard, 1902-1957] : THE BRUTE.
London : Verlock Press, [ca.1962]. A new edition of a popular Paul Rénin which had already been issued by the Federation Press, Gerald G. Swan, and Raymond and Lilian Locker in their Phoenix and Archer manifestations – here reissued by the Lockers in their Verlock Trident Books series.
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“RÉNIN, Paul” – [GOYNE, Richard, 1902-1957] : SECRET LOVERS.
London : Verlock Press, [ca.1955]. Third edition. Emily French the pretty maid, Ralph Thornton her employer, and Mrs Thornton is breakfasting in bed with yet another of her headaches. “Emily nodded, her dark eyes approving her master’s strong, bearded face. She was thinking how much more attractive a man of forty could be to a girl of her type than so many of the coarse and immature boys one met on the Promenade on Saturday nights”. Originally published by Swan in the late 1930s, with a post-war Locker edition, with this Verlock edition not recorded by Holland & Williams.
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“RÉNIN, Paul” – [GOYNE, Richard, 1902-1957] : VIRTUE.
London : Verlock Press, [ca.1955]. The Reverend Silas Hoskin gives the Sunday sermon to his restive Cornish parishioners. First published in 1942, the book subsequently appeared under various imprints operated by Raymond and Lilian Locker and is here reissued by their recently founded Verlock Press.
“REVILLE, Paul” : HER SECRET LOVE.
London : Verlock Press, [ca.1955]. First edition. Convent-educated orphan pledged to a mean solicitor.
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