Title: My Bare Lady
Author: King Coral
Cover artist: Uncredited
From The Doug Peterson Collection (recent addition)
Best things about this cover:
- Eliza Wear-Little! [pats self on back, whispers 'nailed it.']
- Lose the evil-octopus wig, put the pants *on*, ditch the belly-scratching doofus, and we're in business!
- Best word on this cover: "desert."
- This cover looks like it's covered in a horrible white film. I know. I KNOW. Gross.
- King Coral! I loved her 1971 album, "Tapas Tree."
Best things about this back cover:
- One of the greatest taglines of all time.
- Ordinary women know nothing of Naked. Nothing! Why, it involves lotions, unguents, pulleys, dry ice, oxen ...
- Teacher of tricks! For my first trick ... Disappearing Dignity!
Light, tender, soft little caresses and moist warm kisses were bestowed and received by our bodys, with no force, and no searching.
Come for the passive voice, stay for the improper pluralization!
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