When Leslie moves back home she can't just bring a man home to fuck her brains out with the prying and judgmental eyes of her parents. Her neighbor, Mr. Roberts knows that she has needs that have to... More > be met.
He knows that Leslie will be home alone for the weekend, and plans to make her his own. When he makes his way next door he discovers Leslie watching porn in the living room, with her small fingers eagerly grinding against her clit, occasionally tracing their way between her wet pussy lips.
When he catches her in the act, a pair of handcuffs is all he needs to take her prisoner.< Less
No don’t delete this email. This is not spam. Besides, how can this be spam when you are
very careful with whom you give your address to? So how did I come by your email
address? Simple, I got... More > it from Red. He has a complicated phone doesn’t he? Well you
boys and their toys, they are never happy with technology unless its complicated,
sometimes too complicated that even they cannot understand it.
There you were, at the very top of his contacts – very sweet. Your home address, email
address, personal, home and work numbers. Everything about you was in there. I did not
want to call you. This is better, easier and more convenient. In case you are wondering,
you will never find my number in his contacts, he doesn’t call me, I call him.< Less
A full color catalog of paintings by Leslie Parke with an essay by Ann Landi, contributing editor to ArtNews, and interview by Miriam N. Kotzin excerpted from Per Contra Magazine. Designed by Carol... More > Jessop.< Less
Best known as the creator of Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective, Bellem was a prolific million-word-a-year writer of pulp stories and screenplays. We present a collection of his stories, including a Dan... More > Turner, in this issue.
Moods and Pulp-Paper Fiction, The Flowers of Enchantment, Murderer's Luck, Burial Plot, Glass For Gallardo, Three-Way Weapons, Stars Die at Night, Dark Miracle, The Cat Mews Murder, Last Act, Will For a Killer, and Strike Up the Gland. A facsimile reprint of the original stories.< Less
T. B. Peterson, No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, has just published MISS LESLIE'S "NEW COOKERY BOOK." It comprises new and approved methods of preparing all kinds of Soups, Fish,... More > Oysters, Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Venison, Ham and Bacon, Poultry and Game, Terrapins, Turtle, Vegetables, Sauces, Bread, Pickles, Sweetmeats, Plain Cakes, Fine Cakes, Pies, Plain Desserts, Fine Desserts, Preparations for the Sick, Puddings, Confectionery, Rice, Indian Meal Preparations of all kinds, Miscellaneous Receipts, etc. etc. Also, lists of all articles in season suited to go together for breakfasts, dinners, and suppers, to suit large or small families, and much useful information and many miscellaneous subjects connected with general housewifery.< Less