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1 Bracco, Edgar Jean CHATTELS OF ELDORADO
New York, N. Y.: Avon Publications, Inc., (1955). First edition: Paperback Original. Avon #T-98. Mass market paperback. Very very mild corner crease to each cover, else an unread, very nearly fine copy in illustrated wraps with provocative cover art by Everett Raymond Kinstler of a slave auction in progress. The slaves on the block are women in varying states of undress. 
A sampling: "For answer she moved slightly, the belt of the peignoir loosened, and her leg--long and white and gently tapered--touched him like a torch to kindling..." Seagoing adventure peopled with rakehells, rascals, exotic slaves and Dominique! 
Price: 12.50 USD
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2 Reynard, Elizabeth THE MUTINOUS WIND
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951. First edition. Hardcover. A bright, fine copy in blue-and-gilt stamped blue cloth, in dust jacket that shows very light edge wear and a hint of age-toning. Moodily evocative color jacket art, decorative endpaper map of Dune Country, and interior black-and-whites by William Barss. 
A young woman learns powers of witchcraft from an old book found in a captured Spanish galleon on Massachusetts' Cape Cod. She then hides on a remote island where she comes across pirates while waiting for her sailor lover. 
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