A paperback novel in the format of a digest magazine, apparently the first appearance in paperback for this tale. Gil Harrison and his five brothers sold love. They sold it in great big gooey doses to bobby-soxers across the country. They played it, crooned it, packaged it in records and made a lot of money from it. They even surrounded themselves with it. The office walls of Gil Harrison enterprises were plastered with photographs of teenagers rioting for love of Gil the Crooner. His brother Phil had an office with evidence of another kind of love. Here the huge photo murals showed scores of beautiful girls in various stages of undress. But someone had broken Phil's heart - by putting a bullet through it.
Used availability for George Bagby's Death Ain't Commercial
1953 : UK Paperback
Title: Death Ain't Commercial (Jonathan Press, J87)
Author(s): George Bagby
ISBN: 0-7165-4087-8 / 978-0-7165-4087-8 (UK edition)
Publisher: Mercury Press