My Life In New Orleans
He brought a new song to her heart.
I’ll just bet he did.
THE DISCORD OF ROMANCE
Julie Dodd had become a nurse to be closer to her childhood sweetheart, Dr. David Stace.
But what started as a matter of practicality had become an intense dedication.
Now Julie was faced with the biggest decision of her life. Marriage to David would mean a new life in Chicago, with a handsome apartment, a wealthy circle of friends, and plenty of leisure time. Then there was Chad and the promise of love and fame he offered Julie, sharing his roaming, exciting life as a folksinger.
Yet in neither man’s dream was there room for Julie’s nursing career. But in Julie’s heart was there room for anything else?
Exposing the scandal-ridden world of today’s juvenile jukebox cult.
Bop king Dickie Wild was the idol of millions of screaming teen-agers… but his private love life would have made Casanova blush!
They searched for the sound. Tried to find it in the pain of their passions… the scream of her surrender… the rage of his rape…
The heartwarming triumph over tragedy of Red Nichols, one of the all-time Jazz greats
They loved as they played, hot, sweet… and often bitter
She sang for her supper, but did something else for her midnight snack.
From the back:
Underage and Oversized
Young Donnie’s voice was not so hot, but everything else about her was. When she made her first public appearance she wore a red jersey top, one size too small, and a pair of short shorts. The men in the audience did not care whether or not Donnie could sing. So started her climb to the top, but to get there she had to spend a lot of time on the bottom.
She Learned That The Sweet Smell Of Success Need Not Come From A Bed Of Roses.
The famous rock ‘n’ roll groups played cool songs to kindle hot passions. And their young fans wouldn’t deny them anything.
A tough, timely, behind-the-scene novel of the racketeer-ridden music business