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History records that Elvis Presley had a twin brother, Jesse, who was stillborn, and buried within hours in an unmarked grave. But what if history is wrong? Jesse didn't die that January night in 1935, but was instead entrusted to the care of a lonely wanderer - a man who, stumbling into Depression-era Mississippi, embraced it as a second promised land. Studded with the na ...more
Paperback, 334 pages
Published November 28th 2016 by Nick de Blegny Publishing
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E N McMahon has a Master's degree from the London School of Economics, and a PhD in French literature from Duke University. She has worked as a reporter, television researcher, bagel maker (briefly), and (even more briefly) in encyclopaedia sales. She divides her time between England and America.