Atlanta: Pendulum Books Inc., 1968. Wraps. Mass market paperback. Dark green printed wraps. Moderate edgewear, light creasing and scuffing to edges and spine. Very good minus. 223 pages plus ads. Very good -. Item #24312
Pulp erotica with numerous baroque flourishes. "He had no more reason for believing that after death came horror, anguish and the flames of Hell than for supposing that death was the key to a paradise of music, honey and wine." Philosophy soon gives way to flagellation and the like (specifically: "Fiery lust, incest, lesbianism, promiscuity--all were necessary..."