Studies in Crap: The ‘Ravenous Chinese Amazons’ of Watergate Mastermind E. Howard Hunt’s ’60s Spy Novels

Each Thursday, your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from basements, thrift stores, estate sales and flea markets. I do this for one reason: Knowledge is power.


One of Our Agents is Missing & The Mongol Mask

Author: David St. John, aka E. Howard Hunt

Date: 1967 & 1968

Publisher: Dell

The Cover Promises:
“Atomic sex and a deadly game of overlove as Peter Ward, C.I.A. superstud, swings into torrid action.”

Representative Quotes:

  • “Unlike Chinese custom, Japanese breasts were not bound from childhood, and the postwar craze for cosmetic surgery had converted many deficient musumes into mammary marvels.” ( One of Our Agents is Missing, page 26)

  • “Concealed between the sheepskins of Arslan’s bed he found a sizable dildo and a short, sharp dagger.” (The Mongol Mask , page 122).
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