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The book that damned an entire townFERN FULTON: ''I’m the only friend Gloria Wealdon has in this town. How could she write those dreadful things about me and my husband and our daughter?''VIRGINIA FULTON, age 15: ''Mrs Wealdon’s a stinker and I’d like to murder her and write a sequel to her book. I’d call it Population 12,359.''DR. JAY MANNERHEIM, psychologist: ''Gloria Wealdon has simply touched off unpleasantries that in many cases would have exploded sooner or later anyway.''MILO WEALDON: ''I never realized my wife had such contempt, such loathing for me until I read her book.''MIN STEWART: ''My family has been here for generations. I consider Gloria Wealdon so vulgar as to be quite beneath contempt.''GLORIA WEALDON: ''The hell with everybody in this snotty town. They made my life miserable. Now we’re even.''read more
Vin Packer is a pseudonym of Marijane Meaker, an award-winning author of more than seventy novels and short stories. Twenty novels published between 1952 and 1969 bear Packer's name and trademark psychological mysteries. Her most popular novel, Spring Fire, was credited with launching the genre of lesbian pulp fiction.read more