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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 28, 2010 Leave a comment

I hope everybody had a great Thanksgiving. I hope time spent with your loved ones and your families (both are not necessarily the same!) was full of joy (or tolerance if you were with your families).

I am still full from all of the turkey and ham. I tried to be good. I ate a lot of fresh vegetables but the turkey and ham…I could not resist…nor could I resist pumpkin pie.

Well, Christmas is just around the corner. Be careful when heading out to go shopping because the crowds of humanity that fill the Wal-Marts, Targets, and shopping malls across the nation can get crazy.

Be safe and have a great Christmas and holiday season.

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Who Loves Ya, Baby? Vintage Paperback Kojak Novel

October 10, 2010 Leave a comment

Head on over to eBay and buy this rare paperback based upon the classic cop show Kojak. That’s right. TV’s famous bald cop, Kojak, wasn’t just on the tube back in the 70s, he was found in bookstores as well.

Gun Business (published in the 1970s) is filled with all of the great characters from the hit TV show. The author manages to capture Telly Savalas’ super cool attitude as the cop with the lollipop.

Kojak Vintage Paperback 1970s

Who loves ya, baby!

Former Satanist High Priest Writes A Book…The Satan Seller

This vintage paperback has been sold.

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The Satan Seller was published in the early 1970s. It was written by a former Satanist high priest who reveals the evil, demonic forces behind the growth of the world’s most dangerous occult religion!

This book was published by the Christian company, Logos International. The Satan Seller is a classic example of vintage 1970s Christian conversion literature.

The 1970s was all about the Satanism and Devil-worship. What a decade!

Nymphos of Rocky Flats: When Girls Go Wild Call On The Undead!

The Nymphos of Rocky Flats is the first and (so far) only vampire book to be declassified by the Federal Government!

This book has vampires, secret agents, and nymphomania. A future classic, perhaps?

My Rating: B

Fans of Classic TV! The Dukes of Hazzard Unofficial Companion Now On eBay

Learn everything you wanted to know about one of American TV’s greatest shows with this great book, The Dukes of Hazzard Unofficial Companion.

This book covers the history of the show and the history of running good ole moonshine. There are interviews with the actors and folks who ran the show, and a complete episode guide.

Oh, and it has some hot pictures of Daisy Duke.

Dukes of Hazzard Unofficial Companion On Ebay

Jump into your 1969 Dodge Charger, speed past Roscoe and Enos, and head on over to the eBay!

Claiming Of Sleeping Beauty By Anne Rice Erotic Fiction

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The Claiming Of Sleeping Beauty by Anne Rice (writing as A.N. Roquelaure) is a graphic exploration into the world of erotic yearning and fantasy. Sleeping Beauty is awakened by The Prince not with a kiss, but with sexual initiation…

This book is filled with plenty of BDSM and graphic sex to make the most depraved of us happy.

Playboy Magazine says “Articulate, baroque, and fashionably pornographic.”

My Review: The Necronomicon Files By Harms and Gonce

I highly recommend The Necronomicon Files. It is a comprehensive overview of H.P. Lovecraft’s famous, fictional tome.

The Necronomicon Files looks at the history of H.P. Lovecraft the man, the books he read in his youth that might have influenced his own book of Magick, The Necronomicon by the mad Arab, Alhazred.

The Necronomicon Files spends a good deal of ink examining the history of the so-called Simon Necronomicon, and of other books and publications that claim to be the real Necronomicon.

There is a section towards the end of the books that lists movies and TV shows influenced by Lovecraft and the Necronomicon. Very insightful

My rating: A+

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