Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Book Review of Elvis Presley, CIA Assassin

Book Review of Elvis Presley, CIA Assassin
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Title: Elvis Presley, CIA Assassin
Author: Andy Rausch
Genre: Comedy, Satire
Age Group: Adult
Publisher: Burning Bulb Publishing
Release Date: May 4, 2014
Links: Goodreads + Amazon + Barnes and Noble

In 1970, singer Elvis Presley secretly met with President Richard Nixon. This new comedic novel imagines that Presley became a Central Intelligence Agency operative, eventually moving up through the ranks to become a skilled assassin.

Presented in an oral history fashion, the book tells us about Presley's secret transformation by the people who knew him best.

Did he fake his death in 1977? Was Presley involved with the Watergate scandal? The Iran hostage crisis? Communicating with aliens?

Read this book to find out the answers to these and many more questions.

Andy Rausch has written more than a dozen books on the subject of popular culture under the name Andrew J. Rausch. In addition, he is the author of the novel The Suicide Game and the novella Riding Shotgun, both from Taylor Street Publishing. His third novel, Elvis Presley, CIA Assassin, was released in 2014 by Burning Bulb Publishing.

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