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Recommended: The Naughty Daughter by Valerie Gray (Ophelia Press #1000, 2010)

Posted in pulp fiction with tags , , , , , on May 9, 2010 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Seems to be a truly torrid tale of a little tramp, and #1000 of the Ophelia Press series.

Recommended: Abnormal Norma: Confessions of a Postmodern Slattern by Valerie Gray (Ophelia Press, 2010)

Posted in noir fiction, Orrie Hitt, pulp fiction with tags , , , , , on May 9, 2010 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Not to be confused with Orrie Hitt’s Abnormal Norma.

What if A Clockwork Orange had been written by a crazy gang girl instead of a boy?  This is the book.

It’s dedicated to Kathy Acker, and the influence shows.  Seems Gray was once a student of Acker’s at UCSD.

Get the paperback at Amazon or as Kindle.

Regular ebook from the publisher.

Sexy Strumpets and Troublesome Trollops

Posted in Vintage Sleaze Paperbacks with tags , , , , , , , on August 12, 2009 by vintagesleazepaperbacks

Strumoets and Trollops

An ad horn-toot for my new collction of stories, all with 60s sleaxe-like titles.  Even the cover copy is intentionall imitative of Nightstand/Bedstand:


…fill the tales (and tails) of erotic noir done only the way Michael Hemmingson can: with panache, aplomb, and sleaze!  The title alone is worth the price of admission, wouldn’t you say?  In these ten lusty and shameful yarns, Hemmingson brings you inside worlds populated by twisted men and women tormented by their sinful lust and desire.

A woman will do anything to win at a Vegas table again in “Blackjack Wanton.”  Cheating husbands and wives seek redemption in “The Lust Seekers” and sexy lawyers take on violent cases in “The Sin Seekers.”  In “Swamp Harlot,” a beautiful woman doesn’t seem to be quite human, and in “Troublesome Trollop,” a murder mystery filled with secret sex acts among London’s thespians is solved, and another murder is avenged in “Sexy Strumpet.”  Things get academically hot in “Campus Sex Circle” and a man is debased in “Shame Goddess” for his…


Order from here.

or Wildside Press