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Marcial Lafuente Estefanía, the Louis L’Mour of Mexico

Posted in pulp fiction, Uncategorized with tags , , , on November 3, 2010 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

In the pulp days, one could find the latest Nightstand, Bedstand, Midwood, Pocket, Gold Medal, Saber, etc., at the thousands of newstsands in every major city across the country; these stands sold newspapers, magazines and books (the Nightstands were always classified as magazines, not novels).

The newsstand is now a rarity, and they seldom carry paperback books ecept for racks with popular mass market titles. Not so in Mexico. While in Tijuana, we noticed newsstands on every corner, carrying a variety of newspapers and pornographic comics and little magazines, as well stacks of western novels by one Marcial Lafueente Estefania. Hundreds of them.

Estefania, 1903-1984, was the son of journalist and writer Federico Lafuente , author of  The Ballad of Don Quixote (1916).  .  The Spanish Civil War  was the foundation of his writing: during his incarceration by the government, he claims to have written his first novel on toilet paper with a stylus.  His two sons helped him write his books toward the end of his life, and he did one serious novel that flopped.

He’s the Louis L’Amour of Spanish western novels,m pumping out one a week, hundreds if not thousands of these short genre novels — they all tend to be in the 90-100 page range. What we found interesting is how most of them are printed: with thin glossy covers much like the paper once used by Fabian/Saber/Vega Books.

How are they? We don’t read Spanish so we don’t know, but a quick glance, they look like they have breezy, fast-paced prose.

Many of the copies we saw in Tijuana looked water damaged and used, and were priced lower than the ones that looked new. Seems they practice was (still is?) that one could return these books for a low price and get another; this way, they never knew how many people read these books, but they were and still are quite popular, the way Louis L’Amour still is now.

Recommended: Lusting for Nymphets by Dr. Garth Mundinger-Klow

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on June 16, 2010 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

From Olympia Press.

TABOO TOO TRUE!

It’s one of society’s most taboo subjects, along with incest: when adult men lust for, and seduce, young girls who are not of legal age. But it happens, and it happens a lot, as the following case histories attest. Some call these young girls “jailbait.” Another term is “nymphet.”

In Dr. Garth Mundinger-Klow’s most controversial socio-sexual study to date, seven men confess to their experiences with nymphets, lusting for and seducing girls from the ages of 10-17. These men introduce and instruct, and sometimes learn a new thing or two from their tender young lovers. Needless to say, no kink is left unexplored!

These case studies are not for the politically correct, and expose man’s

DARKEST DESIRES!

Recommended: My Naked Adventures by Kim Mitchell

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on April 9, 2010 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Order here.

Dr. Garth Mundinger-Klow’s So Lovely the Feet

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 8, 2010 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Olympia Press has released in ebook format Dr. Garth Mundiger-Klow’s latest work of qualitative case studies in human sexual research, So Lovely the Feet: Case Histories of a Footloose Fetish.

Or Kindle.

Recommended: Tortured Red Bottoms

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on December 11, 2009 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Olympia Press has released Dr. Garth Mundinger-Klow’s latest qualiatative research examination, Tortured Red Bottoms: Modern Day Spanking in Every Day Life.

Kindle here.

Aura of Sensuality by Ennis Willie (Merit Books, 1963)

Posted in Uncategorized on October 24, 2009 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

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Ennis Willie’s smooth tough guy Sand, who “no man walks on,” heads into upper New York state small town Bent’s Landing to find out who murdered his old buddy, Eddie.  Sand must find out because he has “blood pack” — Eddie had given up some organs for Sand in the past, so Sand carries parts of Eddie inside him.

Bent’s Landing is almost Orrie Hitt territory in location and populace — you have your drunks, your shameless hussies, your mindless thugs.  No one wants him to solve Eddie’s murder — not the sheriff, not the townspeople, not the killer.

Eddie was writing short stories and novels about his and Sand’s days “in the war” — not a government war, but a war in the syndicate.  Eddie was also having an affair with the wife of a seven-foot thug.  There are many who could have killed Eddie.

Along the way, Sand sleeps with a couple of woman, of course, and kills people, and gets injured…

The set-up is like an old Western, the mysterious gun man who rides into town, gets all the men jealous and the women’s panties wet.

A smooth book but I am still not convinced Ennis Willie is all that…I need to read a non-Sand novel.  I’ll keep looking since the writing, on a sentence level,  is top notch.

Recommended: New Mundinger-Klow Title About Tawdry Incest

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 19, 2009 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Klow - Incest Fam Olympia Press has published Dr. Mundinger-Klow’s new study that asks the question: “Is incest the best?”

A dark read of taboo sex…all very relative.

On Amazon Kindle.