Posts Tagged: record books
Informative and informal guide to two different forms of hunting with dogs, published by the American Houndsmen Association.
Late 70s hardware catalogue – ‘electricall (sic) cable and it’s (sic) storage/delivery is our watch word (sic)’ – from the X-Tra Tech Co., based in Swindon, UK.
A crack squad of hard-bitten marines are sent to deal with an outbreak of radiation-altered killer rats in Guadeloupe, only to lose their minds one by one and turn on the populace and then each other.
1958 English bank clerk referees his internal wrestling match: tardy sexual awakening v catholic guilt. Guilt wins, TKO.
A real life road-to-Damascus tale on an epic larger-than-life 60s New York City scale.
You know the kind of thing. Ostensibly damning the exploits of lascivious curs – awful behaviour! Get off her, you fiend! – while showing it in dramatised detail, and all for just 10 cents. Woof!
Scare-mongering for financial gain, the authors of this ‘scientific time-bomb’ from 1979, persuaded many to believe that a ‘rogue planet’ would be coming ‘twixt this world we call our home’ and the sun within ten years
A frightful children’s educational story from 1962 dealing with themes of theology, ‘animal’ promiscuity and courtship. Published under the White Stripes brand, also responsible for Elephant.
Graham Greene* said of Fleetwood Mac, ‘While I admire Faulkner’s view of how the heart behaves, it is Miss Mac’s view of how it misbehaves which captivates all the more’.