ETERNAL FIRE by Calder Willingham

ETERNAL FIRE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

What this little treasury of pornography lacks in literary worth it makes up for in the variety and quantity of its scariet moments. The plot undulates groggily through a familiar Southern landscape with all the old familiar drones perspiring profusely an incestuous Pa and his voluptuous child daughter; a devoted dwarf-minded giant; a relatively innocent couple surrounded by crime and passion; an obscene beldame; numerous twilight ladies; a sex-ravenous young man of ""Mixed Blood"". It is the efforts of a conniving ""Judge"" to extract as much money as possible from his nephew's inheritance and subsequent skulduggery involving the ability of a low-down Don Juan to seduce the innocent heroine, that gives an impetus to the whole nasty business. For very strong stomachs only, and certainly a disappointment for the writer still remembered for End as a Man.

Publisher: Vanguard