If Elvis hadn’t died in 1977, do you think he’d be a bank robber?
That’s what one cop thinks. As he chases down leads, he sets in motion a chain of events that introduce us to some interesting characters and take us from Memphis to British Columbia, and from Los Angeles to London.
Chasing Elvis is a fun novel with more twists and turns than a Six Flags roller coaster. It exposes the inner workings behind some of the stranger tabloid headlines. It also examines the continued fascination millions have for Elvis Presley. Marcel transcends mere fan fiction with rich, intriguing characters, drama, humor, and most of all hope.
In a world where cultural icons fall left and right, it’s refreshing to pick up Chasing Elvis and remember that things may not be as they appear.
Glenn Marcel has a genuine knack for real dialogue, true-to-life characters, a believable plot, and gives us a thoroughly enjoyable novel. Chasing Elvis is funny, touching, heartfelt, and just plain fun—all the ingredients for ideal summer reading.