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The Elvis Interviews

Glen Bonham

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ISBN 10: 0978117506 / ISBN 13: 9780978117504
Published by Battlefield Publishing Inc., 2006
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Title: The Elvis Interviews

Publisher: Battlefield Publishing Inc.

Publication Date: 2006

Book Condition:Fair

Edition: 1st.

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A 'What if?' novel about... a mysterious southern sheriff, a car thief disguised as an Elvis impersonator, the Japanese Yakuza, the mafia, a locked metal briefcase, a couple of beefy goons and a washed-up investigative journalist on the brink of a major breakthrough. What do they all have in common? A Pink Cadillac! Elvis Presley s 1955 pink Cadillac has been stolen. JESSE SMITH, a retirement age sheriff (with an eerie resemblance to Elvis) goes to Graceland to investigate the theft. While there, Sheriff Jesse meets journalist, ED STAFFORD and, through a series of interviews,the journalist comes to wonder how Jesse can know more about Elvis... than Elvis.

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What do a mysterious southern sheriff, a car thief disguised as an Elvis impersonator, the Japanese Yakuza, the mafia, a locked metal briefcase, a couple of beefy goons and a washed-up investigative journalist on the brink of a major breakthrough . . . all have in common?

A Pink Cadillac!

Elvis Presley's 1955 pink Cadillac has been stolen. JESSE SMITH, a retirement age sheriff (with an eerie resemblance to Elvis) goes to Graceland to investigate the theft. While there, Sheriff Jesse meets journalist, ED STAFFORD and, through a series of interviews,the journalist comes to wonder how Jesse can know more about Elvis... than Elvis.

"Ed," said Sheriff Jesse, "I feel unabashedly compelled to write this book. I can't explain it, but somehow I've got to get what I believe down on paper. I think it might just give some folks a little more understanding into Elvis's life. To come right down to it, I feel that this is the book that Elvis would write if he were alive today."

Hop aboard the rollicking roller coaster ride of Glen Bonham's new novel, The Elvis Interviews, and hang on--because fact and fiction have collided to bring you what one advance reader has called "an entertaining `must read' novel for any Elvis enthusiast who has ever asked themselves that burning question . . . could it be possible?"

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