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Letters to Penthouse : there's nothing like the first time-- by Edward Springer1
More Letters from Penthouse: How Americans Enjoy the Varieties of Sexual Experience in Their Own Unblushing Uncompromising words by Penthouse International2
Letters to Penthouse III: More Sizzling Reports from America's Sexual Frontier--in the Real Words of Penthouse Readers! by The Editors Penthouse of Magazine3
Letters to Penthouse IV: They Stop at Nothing -- and They Tell It All! by The Editors Penthouse of Magazine4
Penthouse Uncensored (Letters to Penthouse III & Letters to Penthouse IV) by Penthouse Magazine3-4
Letters to Penthouse V: The Kinkiest Thrills, the Hottest Sex by Penthouse Magazine5
Letters to Penthouse VI: Feel the Heat by Penthouse6
Letters to Penthouse VII: Celebrate the Rites of Passion by Penthouse7
Letters to Penthouse VIII: The Sexual Revolution Meets the Millennium...Are You Ready? by Penthouse Magazine8
Letters to Penthouse IX: Share the Secrets of the Sexiest People on Earth by Penthouse9
Letters to Penthouse X: The Hottest Stories America Loves to Read by Penthouse10
Letters to Penthouse XI: Where Your Wildest Fantasies Come True by Penthouse11
Letters to Penthouse XII: It Just Gets Hotter by Penthouse12
Letters to Penthouse XIII: Feeling Lucky? by Penthouse13
Letters to Penthouse XIV: It's an Open House by Penthouse14
letters to penthouse volumes xiii & xiv a special 2 - in - 1 edition (volumes XIII & XIV a special 2 - in - 1 ed by Penthouse13-14
Letters to Penthouse XV: Outrageous, Erotic, Orgasmic! by Penthouse15
Letters to Penthouse XVI: Hot and Uncensored by Penthouse16
Letters to Penthouse XVII: Sinfully Sexy by Penthouse17
Letters to Penthouse XVIII (Letters to Penthouse) by Penthouse Magazine18
Letters to Penthouse: Volumes XVII & XVIII (A Special 2-in-1 Edition) by Editors of Penthouse Magazine17-18
Letters to Penthouse XIX by Penthouse International19
Letters to Penthouse XX: Girl on Girl (No. 20) by Penthouse International20
Letters To Penthouse Volumes XIX & XX (A special 2 in 1 Edition, XIX and XX) by Penthouse19-20
Letters to Penthouse XXI: When Wild Meets Raunchy by Penthouse21
Letters to Penthouse XXII: Views from the Top and Bottom (v. 22) by Penthouse International22
Letters to Penthouse XXIII: True Confessions (No. 23) by Penthouse International23
Letters to Penthouse XXIV: Sex, Lies, and Sins (v. 24) by Penthouse International24
Letters To Penthouse XXV: She's Mine, She's Yours, She's Wild! by Penthouse International25
Letters to Penthouse XXVI: Destination S-E-X by Penthouse International26
Letters To Penthouse XXVII: The First Time Is the Hottest (v. 27) by Penthouse International27
Letters to Penthouse XXVIII: Threesomes, Foursomes, and Moresomes (Letters to Penthouse) by Penthouse International28
Letters to Penthouse XXIX: Take a Walk on the Wild Side (v. 29) by Penthouse International29
Letters to Penthouse xxx: Extreme Sex, Maximum Pleasure (v. 30) by Penthouse International30
Letters to Penthouse xxxi: Serving It Up Hot and Dirty (v. 31) by Penthouse International31
Letters to Penthouse xxxii: Kinky Sex and Naughty Games (v. 32) by Penthouse International32
Letters to Penthouse xxxiii: Lusty Hunter, Sexy Prey (v. 33) by Penthouse International33
Letters to Penthouse xxxiv: Sinful Sirens & Their Dirty Little Secrets (v. 34) by Penthouse International34
Letters to Penthouse xxxv: Naughty Pleasure Parties Exposed by Penthouse International35
Letters to Penthouse xxxvi: Sultry Passions, Sinful Desires by Penthouse International36
Letters to Penthouse xxxvii: Naughty Intentions & Dirty Deeds by Penthouse International37
Letters to Penthouse xxxix: Hot, Horny & Right Next Door by Penthouse International39
Letters to Penthouse xxxx: Extreme Sex Beyond Triple X by Penthouse International40
Letters to Penthouse XXXXIII: Go Sex Yourself by Penthouse International43

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