Multcolib My Librarian Matt: Elvis lives!
Annotation:When Ben Fish responds to an ad reading "Driver Needed Seven Days Excellent Pay No Druggies, Drunks, or Felons" the old man who placed the ad seems to be a still-living Elvis.
Annotation:The weekend before Christmas 1970, Elvis Presley met President Nixon. Against the backdrop of that historical meeting, Jonathan Lowy weaves a vivid web of stories about the cast of characters whose lives were touched by the encounter.
Annotation:Elvis has insisted his producers hire a proper Spaniard so that he can pronounce his few lines in Spanish with a Castillian accent. One fatal night, horseplay in a local bar goes too far.
Annotation:When the King finds out that someone has been disguising himself as Elvis in order to seduce his teenage fans,and that Colonel Tom's been paying off their parents to keep the scandal out of the press the stakes become life and death.
Annotation:When soap actress Stevie Marriner becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a once-famous movie director, the key is untangling the truth in a rumor that Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe had a torrid love affair. And someone has the letters to prove it!
Annotation:A political satire on America's tabloid culture, L.A., conspiracy theories, and the smug, corrupt world of big city journalism. Mix together James Earl Ray, Elvis, and a CIA conspiracy to kill Jimmy Carter. Preposterous? Reporter Steve Toast thinks so. Until his source turns up dead. -
Annotation:Two men: One is a working man trying to deal with what life has given him. The other is the most well-known and worshipped singer who has ever lived. Together they explore the power of loss and redemption.