This was published in 1957. One thing that always amuses me about covers like this one is how surprised we’re supposed to be that a woman can have a job. It’s not enough that this is a book about the love life of a disc jockey. The cover makes sure that we know it’s about a “girl disc jockey.”
She’s also a “Big-Town Hellcat,” which I guess is better than being a “small town hellcat’ but not up to the level of being a “city hellcat.” I can’t help but notice the man on the cover is offering her a cigarette but not a light. Maybe that’s why they’ve got that fire roaring in the fireplace.
Unfortunately, the identity of the artist of this cover is unknown.