North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1965. First Edition. Wraps. Mass market paperback. Pictorial wraps with photo illustration on back cover. Moderate edgewear and creasing, front cover illustration bright. Heavier creasing to back cover, with small chip to lower edge near spine. Light chipping or small tears to upper edges of several pages; text unaffected. Very good minus. very good -. Item #24228
"I'm a lesbian. I make no bones about it and if people don't like it they can go do something to themselves. I'm what is known as a butch." Scarce pulp by Richard Geis writing as Peggy Swenson, with a bracingly straightforward opening and a remarkably optimistic ending for the time and genre, with both halves of a lesbian couple still alive and in love: "[W]hile it lasted with Joyce I knew I would make it as happy for both of us as I could. I would try with all my heart and intelligence...I knew Joyce and I would survive." Cover art by Fred Fixler.