Sin Song

By: Dexter, John [pseud. for William Knoles, aka Clyde Allison]

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[nice tight copy, minor edgewear, tiny nick in binding at base of spine]. Mass Market PB "Of all the hotshot promoters going, Ed Jason was the sneakiest. First he got caught with his pinkies in the till, working for Jump-Jive Records, and then they slapped him with a payola rap, and the next thing he knew he was in the quaint village of West Valve, lost in the Ozarks, hungry for a woman -- any woman! And he found her, but quick like. The next time Ed Jason looked around he was ending a fiery session in the weeds with a little doll named Fran, and buzzing with the hottest singing idea since The Pelvis got oiled. Ed got a backer, and he got a foot in the door, and then he sent word out that he was looking for a female Elvis, a girl who would do the same things to men's libidos that the Pres did to girls." (His "discovery" turns out to have the name Suzy Beetle!)

Title: Sin Song

Author: Dexter, John [pseud. for William Knoles, aka Clyde Allison]

Illustrator: Illustrated by (unsigned cover art)

Categories: Collectable Paperbacks,

Edition: 1st Edition (pbo)

Publisher: (n.p.), Nightstand Books (NB 1562): (c.1961)

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 14033

Keywords: Elvis Presley Music Business Record Promoters The South Sex