BLACK ALICE by Thom Demijohn [pseudonym]. Thomas M. Disch, John Sladek, "Thom Demijohn."

BLACK ALICE by Thom Demijohn [pseudonym]. [New York]: Avon, [1970]. Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First paperback edition. Avon V2339. "Alice peeped her eyes open fearfully to see what they'd done to her. She stared at the grubby, speckled mirror, dull-eyed, frozen with shock. The face in the glass just couldn't be hers! The lovely long blonde hair had become a mop of tight black curls, framing a face of deep gingerbread brown! ... They were searching for a kidnapped blonde heiress -- who'd look twice at a black child in a bordello?" - publisher's blurb. "A thoroughly adult mixture of sheer horror, appalling villainy, and macabre humor -- a diabolical journey into terror." - Mystery Guild. Black ink background ink rubbed, a nearly fine, unread copy. (#164522).

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"First Avon Printing, March, 1970" on copyright page.