The Elvis Interviews

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
The mob has stolen Elvis's 55 pink caddy from Graceland. When a retirement age sheriff with an eerie resemblance to Elvis investigates, he meets a down on his luck Journalist who is snooping around Graceland on a hot tip. The journalist becomes convinced the sheriff is in fact, Elvis Presley. “Yeah, I get that a lot,” grins sheriff Jesse, “but I ain’t Elvis. Elvis died in 1977"
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About Glen Bonham

Glen Bonham is a screenwriter, audio drama producer, and novelist. His first novel, The Elvis Interviews was nominated for Best First Novel by Crime Writers of Canada for the prestigious Arthur Ellis Award. Glen lives in Kingston Ontario Canada.

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Reviews of The Elvis Interviews by Glen Bonham

Nelson reviewed on Feb. 16, 2010

The Kindle (.mobi) formatting is totally horrible.
Skipped lines, paragraphs starting in the middle of a sentence, etc make this pretty much impossible to read.
I had to give up after a few chapters. Hopefully some editing will be done to make this readable.
(review of free book)
Kristin reviewed on Jan. 10, 2010

It's a pretty good read. Some likable, quirky characters that I wouldn't mind seeing more of in future books. Some well done supporting characters that add to the overall story. Fun, interesting plot & location that are supported & maintained pretty well. The action does a pretty good job through most of the book.

An enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours.

I'll be looking for more of Glen Bonham's books.

btw 3 stars from me means it's a bit above average, nothing earth-shattering, but definitely worth the read if you like this genre.
(review of free book)
Chris Sabga reviewed on May 18, 2009

"The Elvis Interviews" is exactly the kind of book I love. It's fast-paced, action-packed, has great characters and memorable locales, and something's always happening!

You can sample 50% of Glen Bonham's novel for free at Smashwords, which is awesome. I was hooked long before the halfway point and I happily purchased the book to find out what happened after that.

Fear not: You don't need to know anything about Elvis to enjoy the novel (I am not very knowledgeable about "The King" myself). In fact, you'll learn a lot just by reading this.

I am amazed that the author is actually from Canada, not Elvis's Tennessee (knowledge I gleaned from his official website, It reads like it was written by a true native.

I give Glen Bonham's "The Elvis Interviews" my highest recommendation.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)

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