New York: Mason & Lipscomb, 1975. First Edition. Hardcover. "A unique, fully authentic story of a present day witchcraft high priestess." A near fine, lovely copy. This is essentially a quintessential coming out of the broom closet narrative, albeit told through a man's words, a classic example of 1970s second feminist first person witchcraft storytelling. Marketed very sensationalist, however open the doors to women's progressive sexuality through a mass media publication. Almost pulp-like in nature, erotic, but underlining women's power.
Hans Holzer, was an author and all-father parapsychologist. He wrote over 140 books on occult subjects for the general market and also authored many media treatments and scripts. He is credited with having coined the terms "The Other Side" and "Ghost Hunter." A splendid copy. Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket. Mildly shelf worn with foxing to upper extremities, else tight, bright, and unmarred. 8vo, xii, 226pp. Purple cloth with gold spine titling. Near fine, in a bright and colorful dust jacket in mylar. Item #12049