Woman Chaser was originally published in 1962. It was authored by Robert Turner, who wrote several pulp novels. In 1948, he also wrote a how-to book for writers who were interesting breaking into the pulp market. I found a review of it over at Rough Edges.
The cover art was done by Jack Thurston, who I profiled on this site back in 2017. Like a lot of pulp covers from the era, this cover suggests more than it shows. We see a middle aged man necking with a dark-haired woman but we don’t know if the woman is Fay or Angie or maybe even Myrna, Monica, or Juanita. I guess she could be any woman from Angie to Zelda. This is a cover that says buy the book and start reading to find out what happens when that white shirt and black pants and blue negligee are all on the floor.
I also like the way that the blurb plays into moral panic. It’s not a book about Jack’s inability to stay faithful. Instead, it’s “a novel about threat of today’s other women!”