Big Bangout at the Sin Shore
Spur, USA, 1964
(price: 75 cents; 160 pages)
The blurb on the back:
...satisfied only by the rolling of sin-filled waves where far-fetched promises of love and desire ruined new friends and lost old acquaintances.
No one longed for more than a lonely moment of desperate need. The girls knew the score and they induced the innocent ones to leech out a phony, vampish state of catch-as-catch-can love on the run.
Each vixen prowled the footprints of new males to conquer and many males were ready to succumb to the seductions.
No one was safe from the challenge of the wild ones who created a scene of impassioned deviltry [sic] and sin moments on a long lasting...
I'm not entirely sure what someone looks like when they're 'leeching out a phony, vampish state of catch-as-catch-can love on the run', but I'm not convinced that the young lady on the cover is a particularly typical illustration of the experience.
ARTISTIC MERIT: 1/5
ENTERTAINMENT VALUE: 1/5
HIPNESS QUOTIENT: 4/5