Sydney: Horwitz, 1965. First Edition. Paperback pulp fiction recased in cloth covered boards with the title typewritten on a paper label on the spine (19 x 12.5cm); 130pp; illustrated endpapers; original covers preserved with new endpapers inserted (possibly with the intention of stabilising the original covers).
The original front cover is creased with the white lettering coloured in and pen marks through the hair of the sulky blonde model; The "A" in Attila is has been scored with a ball point pen; The lower corner is torn and humbly repaired. The original back cover is less creased but scuffed and with a few chips to the edge. The printed pages are age toned but otherwise clean. Item #1092
A scarce title in Australian pulp fiction. Attila Zohar is a psuedonym for James Hollege who wrote extensively for Horwitz. This purports to be a factual expose of Australian satan worship and has a chapter on acclaimed artist and priestess of her own cult, Rosaleen Norton.