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Blue Suede Clues: A Murder Mystery Featuring Elvis Presley

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  • Posted October 21, 2011

    Best Elvis mystry I have read.

    I have been on a Elvis mystry binge and this story brings him to life more than any other. Humanises someone I never knew anything about. Fun read.

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  • Posted October 16, 2011

    Enjoyed

    I love Elvis. This book was recommended and I read it in a day. I recommend if you like the Elvis P.I. stories.

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  • Posted July 1, 2011

    If you are an Elvis fan, this is a must read!

    Daniel Klein really captures the spirit of Elvis! Laugh-out-loud scenes made me feel like Elvis was, indeed, alive. Made me want to get the rest of series right away! Great job Mr. Klein.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2007

    Story stronger than Elvis?

    Any mystery featuring legendary stars from the past are a hit-or-miss risk for a reader. Usually, the character(s) and Hollywood gossip outshine the weaker storyline. Daniel Klein manages to do the opposite. A strong mystery is actually weakened by a holier-than-thou Elvis, who despite the rumors of a fling with Ann-Margaret, is 'sickened' by any talk of sex or nudity. Elvis seemed like a nice guy, but he is certainly not the Puritan that Klein has created. For a book featuring Elvis, there are surprisingly few other stars, with the majority of the characters in the story fictional. This is one story that would have been better served if Elvis had skipped an appearance, and gone to an all-night buffet instead!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2004

    Not cheesy as thought would be

    I thought this would be a cute cheesy book with Elvis in it, but I was wrong. It definitely had me turning the pages. The beginning started a little slow, I think because I expected it to be cheesy, but the mystery was well developed and Elvis was just another character. Glad I picked it up for a great deal!

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