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What kind of woman was Paul’s wife? She was a company doll with a bankroll for a heart, and a body that denied a man nothing— except love! What kind of man was Paul? He was a union boss, magnetic, handsome, a leader of men—and irresistible to women. He was also ruthless, greedy, and completely lustful. So everywhere in his vicious world of the fast buck and faster dames he sought the love his wife denied him. He picked it up from tramps and debutramps, from trollops, even from nice girls . . . And all the while he built his monstrous machine to bleed business dry and squeeze the working man. For Paul Jackson was driven by naked lust—for wealth . . . lust for power . . . above all, lust for women!

Dolls and Dues by Orrie Hitt

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