….so the nickname of Max-André Dazergues (1903-1963), legendary pulp writer of all genres. He wrote hundreds of stories between 1925 and the early 60′s, for almost all pulp publishers in France.
Max-André Dazergues himself became a novel character. He appears in “Passez-moi la Joconde” of his friend San Antonio (Frederic Dard): “The 446 F 69 is a motor vehicle belonging to Mr. André Compère, 12, rue Philippe Gonard, Lyon-Croix Rousse” (p 101, Special Police n ° 48, Fleuve Noir, 1954) His real name and informations of perfect accuracy but in the role of a … forger!
Here, five more novels by Dazergues in his hometown collection “Le Glaive”: Le manoir aux crapauds (#16) - Du sang sous la porte (#30) - Passage du Vieux Lavoir (#32) - L’énigme du vivier (#43) - Le mort au parapluie (#63).
cover art: Roger Roux, Uzo (#30 & 32)
publisher:Editions du Puits Pelu, Lyon
source: amsaklapper’s collection & his quote in “Le Rocambole” #37
I was thinking of Nikki Wilde and Judy Hopps and this is the result
Lesbian Pulp Novel cover
*Policing on QUEER street*
It’s just Nikki seductively laying over a police cruiser, but badly.
‘This small time rabbit cop never thought that the city would change her, but on her regular route she finds something she never expected, the temptation of a LESBIAN FOX!’
Blurp at the back
‘Judy Hopps came from a respectable family, in a respectable town. But now that she’s moved to the BIG City, will she become depraved by joining a con-woman witch in a LURID affair of police work and seduction? Or will she overcome the temptations of this LESBIAN FOX! Read on gentle mammal, for inside lies a story so depraved that it was banned in 4 different countries. From acclaimed author Natasha Hedge, comes this thrilling and depraved tale of a bunny forced to answer either to her police code or her wanton desires.'