- By Paul Bishop

Suspicious Minds

  • Title: Suspicious Minds
  • Author: Paul Bishop
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 496
  • Format: ebook
  • Suspicious Minds the one and only king of rock n roll Elvis Presley is taken from the world far too soon but the legend will never die Elvis impersonator Cole Ramsey a young man with enough voice and a

    1977, the one and only king of rock n roll, Elvis Presley, is taken from the world far too soon, but the legend will never die.1996, Elvis impersonator Cole Ramsey, a young man with enough voice and a style to take him to the top, receives a very odd phone call from an Icon dead for almost twenty years Cole has heard all the Elvis conspiracy rumors, but it coul1977, the one and only king of rock n roll, Elvis Presley, is taken from the world far too soon, but the legend will never die.1996, Elvis impersonator Cole Ramsey, a young man with enough voice and a style to take him to the top, receives a very odd phone call from an Icon dead for almost twenty years Cole has heard all the Elvis conspiracy rumors, but it couldn t be .Before he knows it, however, Cole s life is turned upside down He s on the run and up to his ears in Elvises are they all impersonators or is one of them hiding from deadly suspicious minds .

    1 thought on “Suspicious Minds

    1. Suspicious MindsRock a Billy, rock and roll,long sideburns, and a sexy grin make an Elvis inspired tale of Elvis impersonators the long invisible arm of the law. DEA, FBI, and other law enforcement groups hunt for drug lords, children's underground railway and alligators in tunnels keep the pace at warp drive. An accidental mistake at a funeral and nobody really knows who is dead. This book is meant to read wearing adult diapers for the hilarity of sheer enjoyment and characters. Must Read!

    2. I loved this book. The characters were well-developed, likeable and memorable. I hope Paul Bishop will write more books about them. The story line grabbed me and didn't let go until the last page. I rate this one 4.7 stars.

    3. I didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did. Not many books keep me up reading these days, but I found this one hard to put down.

    4. Since I am an Elvis fan, this book was very enjoyable and easy to read. The plot kept one's interest. I rate this a 4.8.

    5. Great read! Interesting characters, fun twists, lots of action. What's not to love about that many Elvis impersonators in one spot?

    6. Great story. It was a little hard to get into, but I'm glad I stuck with it - enjoyed the characters & the story. Makes me want to listen to all of Elvis's old songs!

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