Vintage 1960 pulp fiction paperback book, The Intimate Ones, by Bonnie Golightly (possibly the inspiration of the Holly Golightly character in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Read about her below).
"Steve had a nice rackett, with two girls working for him. What they did after hours is up to them."
Features gorgeous cover art and a cool vintage style of writing.
Excellent vintage condition: please see photos. A plus is that it has that delicious old book smell and it's in its original plastic collector sleeve.
6.5" x 4.25"
23 June 1919 - 11 October 1998
Bonnie Golightly was born in Illinois and raised in Tennessee before she moved to Manhattan's East Side in New York City. She wrote many books, mostly somewhat sleazy pulp fiction. She was also a folk singer, former bookstore owner, and active member of the subculture. She is best known as the possible inspiration for Capote's main character, Holly Golightly, in Breakfast at Tiffany's, and for suing Capote, his publisher Random House, and Esquire Magazine (which first published the story as a novella) in 1959. In the 1960s she joined the subculture and co-authored some books about the drug L.S.D.
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