All Passion Spent

All Passion Spent Paul Hackett s life had been bounded by conventional morality until he came to New York and met lovely but corrupt Erika Rains Paul soon left his wife for Erika and plunged with her into a weird sur

  • Title: All Passion Spent
  • Author: Chandler Brossard
  • ISBN: 9781936456017
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Nook
  • Paul Hackett s life had been bounded by conventional morality until he came to New York and met lovely but corrupt Erika Rains Paul soon left his wife for Erika, and plunged with her into a weird, surrealistic world of violent pleasures and uninhibited lovers until Erika s neurotic mother came to town Then Paul found out what kind of girl Erika really was, and where thePaul Hackett s life had been bounded by conventional morality until he came to New York and met lovely but corrupt Erika Rains Paul soon left his wife for Erika, and plunged with her into a weird, surrealistic world of violent pleasures and uninhibited lovers until Erika s neurotic mother came to town Then Paul found out what kind of girl Erika really was, and where their desperate affair was taking them.Here is the intimate, revealing story of life and love in New York s Bohemian Underworld It is an off beat tale of tormented people seeking bizarre stimulation in unexpected places It s a world of hoodlums and strip teasers on Park Avenue, artists and college girls in Greenwich Village It s a story of one innocent young man, trapped by his infatuation for a depraved girl in this modern inferno of the lost and the damned The lure of depravity was fierce Will it swallow Paul alive or will he break free About Vintage Paperback Pulp FictionA new revolution was underway at the start of the 1940s in America a paperback revolution that would change the way publishers would produce and distribute books and the reading public would consume them In 1939 a new publishing company Pocket Books stormed onto the scene with the publication of its first paperbound book Unlike hardback books, these pulp paperbacks were available in drugstores, newsstands, bus and train stations, and cigar shops The American public could not get enough of them The popular pulp genres reflected the tastes of Americans during the 1930s and 1940s mysteries, thrillers, and hardboiled detective stories were all the rage.In the early 1950s new pulp fiction sub genres emerged science fiction, lesbian fiction, juvenile delinquent and sleaze, for instance that would tantalize readers with gritty, realistic and lurid stories never seen before Publishers had come to realize that sex sells In a competitive frenzy for readers, they turned to alluring covers that often featured a sexy woman in some form of undress, along with a suggestive tag line that promised sex and violence within To this day, the pulp cover art of these vintage paperback books are just as sought after as the books themselves were sixty years ago.We are excited to make these wonderful pulp fiction stories available in ebook format to new generations of readers, as a new revolution the ebook revolution is in full swing We hope you will enjoy this nostalgic look back at a period in American history when dames were dangerous, tough guys were deadly and dolls were downright delicious.

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  • Chandler Brossard

    Chandler Brossard was an American novelist, writer, editor, and teacher He wrote or edited a total of 17 books With a challenging style and outsider characters, Brossard had limited critical success in the United States His novels were appreciated in France and Great Britain.His early works have been described as landmarks of the postwar American novel.

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