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In 1982 an Elvis impersonator clumsily robs a bank, and incredibly all of the evidence points to the supposedly deceased Elvis as being the robber.
A detective hot on the trail of the robber is convinced that he is chasing Elvis, but is killed in an accidental car crash near Moscow, Tennessee, leaving behind a five-year-old daughter.
Twenty years later, the daughter is a tabloid reporter for Weird Magazine, a shameless, check-out counter rag. She is assigned to cover an Elvis Festival in Moscow, discovers her father's notes, and quickly stumbles onto the Elvis-robber's trail.
About the Author
Glenn P. Marcel grew up in rural, Cajun Louisiana in the sleepy 50s and turbulent 60s in a town where the doors to his parents' home were never locked. He enjoyed off-beat employment experiences while growing up, including picking okra, bailing hay, collecting bills, pumping gas, selling Greyhound bus tickets, building houses, waiting on tables, roughnecking and selling clothes. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University (B.S. '73, J.D. '75), and is currently practicing law in Baton Rouge, where he lives with his wife, Kathy.
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- Paperback: 268 pages
- Publisher: Invisible College Press (November 15, 2004)
- ISBN-10: 1931468206
- ISBN-13: 978-1931468206
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