by D. J. Herda
Book in One Sentence:
Despite the fact that the meeting was to remain secret, a few insiders are concerned. One is a rogue cop who blames Presley for all of his family’s shortcomings. Another is a Vegas-based guitar player and Elvis impersonator who believes that, but for Elvis, he would be the King of Rock. A third is the head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics who thinks that Presley is taking his newly earned “authority” too far. But the person whom Presley fears the most…is Elvis, himself, once he realizes that—instead of becoming part of the solution, he’s actually become part of the problem.
All hell breaks loose when the cop, the rocker, the Feds, and Presley meet at Graceland for a Beatles-bashing party thrown by the King, himself. Now all Presley has to do is to figure out how to survive the night, hang onto his badge, kick his own habit, and live to the ripe old age of 42.
Piece of cake!
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