70s blurbwatch

Thanks to the marketing team at Belmont Books (in 1974) for this collection of excellent 1970s blurbs, found in the back of The Bowstring Murders.

No one can escape the fury of THE MARKSMAN’s blazing guns. With the cunning of a hungry cat, MAGELLAN tracked his prey to Vegas – and blasted them to bits!

– Kind of gives away the ending. Still, love the ‘hungry cat’ idea.

The author ‘rapped’ with hundreds of teenagers from coast to coast. Here is the truth about what they feel about drugs, sex, music, education, religion, politics and parents.

A wild, sexy, modern novel. Conned into hijacking a plane, a square young man finds himself hip-deep in girls and gangsters.

– Story of my life…

TRASHING by Ann Fettamen
A sensational modern novel about the long-haired pot-smoking youth of today, TRASHING makes Harold Robbins read like Homer.

– D’oh.

More 70s blurbs…

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Past Offences exists to review classic crime and mystery books, with ‘classic’ meaning books originally published before 1987.
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