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Shooting Elvis by Robert Eversz
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Sep 03, 2007

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bookshelves: mystery, thriller, so_cal_la, contemporary_post_1945
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SHOOTING ELVIS (Action Thriller-LA-Cont) – G+
Eversz, Robert M. – 1st in series
Grove Press, 1996- Hardcover
Mary Alice Baker lives in an abusive family, takes photographs of children and has a boyfriend who convinces her to deliver a package to a stranger at LAX. But when she accidentally causes a bomb to go off in the airport, Mary transforms herself into Nina Zero in order to survive and find out who was behind it.
*** Mary/Nina is a product of her environment and the company she keeps. But she's also a tough survivor with a wry outlook on life. You can't help but like her. The action is fast-paced and certainly depicts the unglamorous side of Los Angeles. I shall keep following the trials and tribulations of Nina.
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