William Smith of Hangfire Books in Brooklyn has an interesting post about the lengths some people will go to to disguise their interest in prurient reading material. I'm kind of puzzled. I mean, whoever owned those books could have just put them in a drawer or a closet or something. Seeing a bunch of blacked out spines on a bookshelf would make me quite suspicious.
And, in case you missed it the first time, Mr. Smith has a killer Flickr feed of paperback covers. (via)
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Argosy, November 7, 1936 - "A Novel of Strange Adventure" says the cover blurb about the lead novel in this issue of ARGOSY, and it's got a strange but effective cover to go with it....
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