New York: Bee-Line Book [Beeline], 1972. First Edition, first printing, a paperback original. An Orpheus Series title about a married woman with a penchant for voyeurism. From the author's estate.
Offutt had gained some success writing adult novels in the 1960s and 1970s, using pseudonyms like John Cleve, Turk Winter, and Jeff Woods, and began to write legitimate science fiction and fantasy novels in the mid 1970s. He wrote and edited several fantasy series, including "Thieves' World" titles and "Swords Against Darkness." The "Spaceways" series (nineteen books, 1982-1984), along with his "Crusader" series published by Dell and Grove, bridges the gap between his two best literary genres: erotica and fantasy.
Very Good plus in printed wrappers. Moderate spine toning, a few light creases.