Monarch Books was an American publishing firm in the late 1950s/early
Monarch Books was an American publishing firm in the late 1950s/early 1960s which specialised in pulp novels. Some of these, like Jack the Ripper (1960), were movie tie-ins.
A Rage Of Desire by Clayton Matthews, Jane Has Her Hooks In You And Refuses Too Let Go...
A Sin In Time by John Conway, She Lived Hard And Fast Until Her Sins Caught Up With Her.
Debbie by Paul Daniels, The Amorous Adventures Of A Luscious Model On Her Way To Success.
Harem Island by Anthony Sterling, A Self Proclaimed Saint Who Made Religion A Business And Turned Sin Into A Virtue.
Kiss Me Quick by Karl Kramer, He Knew The Danger He Courted If He Played House With The Dorset Dame - But He Just Couldn't Keep His Hands Off Her.
Lana by Monica Haviland, She Was Sweet And Lovely But She Wanted To Be Wicked.
Love In Suburbia by John Conway, They Spiced Their Lives With Other Men's Wives
Outlaw Queen by Glenn Shirley, Belle Starr - The Most Notorious Gun-Girl In The West.
Ruby by Paul Daniels, She Had Love In Her Eyes And Sin In Her Heart.
She'll Get Hers by John Plunkett, Wherever Marty Went, Death Was Sure To Follow...
Strange Affair by Edwin West, Their Love Was Called A Sin By Society.
The Adulterers by James Kendricks, They Stopped At Nothing...
The Cage Of Love by Robert Carse, From One-Night Stand In Cheap Motels To Split Level Marriage On The Wealthy North Shore...
The Cover Girls by Paul Daniels, At Work Or Play She Always Got What She Wanted.
The Lolita Lovers by John Clarke, They Lived For Violence, Sin And Sensation.
The Way We Love by Stuart Friedman A Doctor's Dilemma...