Category Archives: Rob Eden

Blond Trouble

One of my favorite books in my collection is Blond Trouble.  I often cite it as a collection gem, as it epitomizes what I search for in a 1930s romance: a wonderful (Skrenda!) dust jacket, in great condition, and with … Continue reading

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Recycled Cover Art, Round Three!

One of the things I search for in potential books to add to my collection is an unusual title.  Some titles turn into terrible puns such as “I was sniped and lost The Husband Campaign on ebay” or “Good Times … Continue reading

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