Pulp Librarian+ Your Authors @PulpLibrarian Curator of the art, history and fiction of old dreams. Jun. 16, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

Time once again for my occasional series 'Women with great hair fleeing gothic houses!'

Let's see what's in the library shall we...

The Three Sisters of No End House, by Mona Farnsworth. ACE gothic, 1972.

The house appears to be in a pool of algae however...

The Girl In The Tiffany Dress, by Marie Eyre. Popular Library, 1972.

She'll fall over if she leans like that...

The Legend Of Holderly Hall, by Kate Cameron. Leisure Books, 1974.

This is number one in a series of four novels, proving that nobody really reads Trip Advisor hotel reviews...

Dark Sun, Pale Shadows by Naidra Grey. Berkley Medallion, 1973.

Astrophysics not Naidra's strong point...

Dark Is My Shadow, by W.E.D. Ross. Manor Books, 1976.

See Naidra, W.E.D. Ross gets it...

Shadows Of Reddoch's Landing, by Melissa Lee. Leisure Books, 1972.

What IS it with all these shadows? Did nobody pack a torch?

The Legend Of Crownpoint, by Monica Heath. Signet Books, 1974.

A lot of moss on that heath...

Circle Of Secrets, by Claudette Nicole. Fawcett Crest, 1972.

Someone really liked that Arnold Böcklin font...

House Of The Deadly Nightshade, by Lyda Belknap Long. Beagles Books, 1972.

That fountain is a keeper!

The Spectral Bride, by Margaret Campbell. Signet Books, 1975.

"The Fetch" really didn't work as a title...

The Ghost Of Oaklands, by W.E.D. Ross. Manor Books 1976.

William Ross wrote over 300 novels you know...

The Figure In The Shadows, by Dana Ross. Popular Library 1971.

How did she get into the middle of that lake? How??

Lodge Sinister, by Dana Ross. Pocket Books, 1975.

At least the tree looks friendly...

Pursue The Wind, by Leslie Richards. Manor Books, 1975.

The classic 'frock on a rock' cover there...

House On The Beach, by Eleanor Elford Cameron. Pocket Books, 1972.

Again, HOW did she get into the middle of that lake? Did she fly?

More gothic romances another time. Mind how you flee now...


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