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    Adam (Australia) [July 1977]
    Details taken from Science Fiction News #104, May 1987 Incomplete Data - Issue not found.


    Adam (Australia) [September 1977]
    Details taken from Science Fiction News #104, May 1987 Incomplete Data - Issue not found.



    Adam (Australia) [January 1978]
    Details taken from AustLit. Incomplete Data - Issue not found.


    Adam (Australia) [February 1978]
    Details taken from Science Fiction News #104, May 1987 Incomplete Data - Issue not found.



    Adam and Eve [May 28, 1934]
    Details taken from AustLit. Incomplete Data - Issue not found.




    Adam Bedside Reader [v1 #14, 1963] (Knight Publishing Corp., $1, 99pp+, slick)
    Details supplied by Darren Heil.
    • fc. · [photo of Soledad Miranda] · Anon. · cv
    • 3 · Under the Covers · Anon. · in
    • 4 · For Value Received · Leif Hanson · ss; “The rent was due and Pamela was desperate - then the doorbell rang.”
    • 6 · Man on the Juice Wagon · Cordwainer Bird · ss; “Daddy wanted his Angel back - so he could finish the job he had started with the whip.”
    • 10 · Nice Girl: Paradox of Virtue · Richard L. Sargent · ar
    • 12 · Psychologist’s Opinion · Nah Brind, Ph.D · cr; on Sargent’s article.
    • 13 · A Girl Answers · Nancy Bacon · cr; on Sargent’s article.
    • 14 · Live and Let Live · Sherry Lane · ss; given as by Sherry Laine.; “She was a nice girl, a proper girl, but one of the roving kind.”
    • 18 · Tenth Course · Dal Stivens · ss; “The Lord of Croixmare was a wily old fox - as the Countess found out when she sent for her lover.”
    • 23 · In the La Bonza · Sam Elkin · ss; “It didn’t matter who died; only the killer would be cheered.”
    • 26 · I Married a Call Girl · Mark Briar · ss; “When Mark learned the truth about Cynthia he wanted to kill her, but one thing stopped him.”
    • 30 · Face on a Bawdy House Wall · Burton Williams · ss; “At the unveiling of the mural, Burt brought the house down with an added attraction.”
    • 34 · This Thing Called Love · Jay Schiller · ss; “Love is like a well - a great thing to drink from but a hell of a thing to fall into.”
    • 39 · A Handy Handbook for the Neophyte Nudist · Pete Wuma · hu
    • 42 · Than Never to Have Loved at All · Peter A. Fields · ss; “After renting a Burlesque Lady for the evening, the stockroom boy thought $1000 was a bit too much for her charms.”
    • 45 · Jesse James Is in Trouble Again · Chuck Mittlestadt · ia; “Court orders be damned - a New Mexico Indian is sitting on more than a half million dollars in gold.”
    • 50 · Hard Road Home · Ross Olney · ss; “Harry had to choose between a flesh and blood redhead and a blonde robot.”
    • 55 · Bumps and Grins · Bob Zahn · hu
    • 58 · A Blue Note for Bayou Betty · Jay Solo · ss; given as by Jay Sole in the Table of Contents.; “Bayou Betty had a deal to make - her body in exchange for a bullet in her husband.”
    • 62 · The Beginning [Parke Reese & Linda] · Ann Taylor · ss; “She thought he was playing her for a sucker, but at the last minute she didn’t care.”
    • 66 · The Forgery · William Danch · ss; “a new translation of the original Hungarian classic by Petofi.”; “The poet had to make good his boast to seduce the temptress - so he used the tools of his trade.”
    • 70 · The End [Parke Reese & Linda] · Ann Taylor · ss; “Parke was in a hurry to get home to his wife so Linda gave him a helping hand.”
    • 78 · The Entertainer · Gary Mooney · ss; “When the sexy starlet couldn’t make it with her bodyguard she invited rape.”
    • 83 · The Birdwatchers · R. Harrison & J. Farris · hu
    • 86 · The Hunt · Jay Fox · ss; “Colby thought the surest bait for the beast would be a naked blonde.”
    • 90 · Adam’s Bedside Tales · Anon. · hu
    • 94 · The Case of the Counterfeit Flab Stamps · Fred Mackerodt · ss; “Feigenbush was on the trail of the stamp counterfeiters and nothing would stop him - even a sexy blonde.”
    • 98 · Double Play · Shirley Scott · ss; “When Lynn finally caught her husband in another woman’s arms, she knew exactly what to do.”











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