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  • Days Between Seasonsby S. A. Gorden

    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.99

    Days Between Seasons is a modern throwback to the blood, guts and sex of the 1960's spy novels. more...

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    Renaissance E Books 2002; US$ 4.99

    Picture the Casino Royale, Naked Gun and Austin Powers all rolled into one. Add British Secret Service Agent Plumm Pudden ? code name Whistling Nostril ? and the weirdest, wildest, wackiest characters ever to hit the printed pages. Combine them in one loony, laugh-packed action scene after another and what do you have? Whistling Nostril! ... more...

  • Four Part Hermonyby Patricia Green

    Renaissance E Books 2002; US$ 4.99

    If one gorgeous woman is good, two must be sublime! That's the theory behind these four short stories about lovely, interesting women who fall in love in wacky situations. From the 1940s private eye doll, through the chick who gets more than thrills on roller-coasters, there's something juicy for everyone. more...

  • The Damn Foolby Georgette Eliot

    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.99

    In the process of converting his inheritance into cash, Lance Sayer visits the old Taylor farm, located near Hanging Rock State Park in North Carolina. With few exceptions, the community gives Lance a less than friendly welcome. Buddy Mabe, the town drunk, agrees to guide Lance to his inherited farm. Lance not only falls in love with the stately log... more...

  • The Boudoirby Anonymous

    Renaissance E Books 2002; US$ 4.99

    From the golden age of erotica writing comes an anthology of short stories, short-shorts, a novelette, and for good measure, a small collection of poems likely to please even readers who think they don't like poetry. more...

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    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.99

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    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.99

    Former professional football player, Roger Crenshaw, thinks he is looking for a retirement home but soon discovers it's really Tony Richards he wants. more...

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    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.99

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  • Paperback Writerby James Vincent Fusco

    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.00

    Benjamin Harms is a conservative, middle-aged TV and movie critic for the London Times who has his world turned completely upside-down after encountering uncontrollable lust for the first time in his life. more...

  • Paula the Piquoseby Akbar Del Piombo

    Renaissance E Books 2001; US$ 4.99

    The Baron summoned his old friend, Pike, to the Baronial Estate because he had reason to believe he was being cuckolded by a person, or persons, unknown. It was not that the Baroness was having sex with another that was the point of contention, but rather that the Baron was unable to identify the object, or objects, of his wife's affection. more...