That is so true. The book Sin-A-Rama, about sleaze sex paperbacks of the
late Fifties through early Seventies, seems almost charming from a certain
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 2:48 PM, ssshapir <email@example.com> wrote:
> Got my copy of 'True Crime Detective Magazines' today -- a few days
> after I odered it. Thought for a while maybe the book was genuinely
> jinxed. Some great images -- deadly dames galore. The book ends in
> '69. Which is a pity. Would have liked to have seen what seventies (or
> for that matter, eighties and nineties detective magazines were like).
> Interesting that what was considered sordid, slacious or sleazy in a
> previous era (and for some still is)is somehow more acceptable when it
> has the wiff of nostalgia.
> Sean Shapiro
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