This late Carlo-illustrated volume, written by the prolific Alan Mac Clyde (probably a pseudonym for Maurice Renard), is very much a me-too potboiler for the Librairie Artistique et Édition Parisienne Réunies. Against most of her will, Dolly is inveigled into becoming a sexual slave, with all the attendant punishments; the name ‘Dolly’ is a deliberate reference back to earlier ‘Dolly Morton’ stories such as this one. Racial stereotypes abound.

Though the storyline is thin, the illustrations are classic late Carlo – the last, of Dolly resplendent in her newfound (relative) power, one of his (relative) masterpieces.