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The book is fiction, this is clear, yet, this topic has been discussed for decades. Mr Rain does not try to give us a " plausible" Aron, but, a charming one. Throughout this book I felt I knew this author, yet, had not read his other listed books. His style of writing is unmistakable to someone who reads as much as I do. Kudos' to you, Mr Rain, you did not try to convince, but, to entertain and you succeeded admirable.
Okay ... some reviewers complain that the storyline isn't "believable." WHO CARES? A story doesn't have to be steeped in reality to be good! Isn't that why many of us read sometimes ... to escape reality? I would like to think that Elvis is alive and well (albeit a bit stiff from arthritis) and renews his thirst for performing.
And that's what happens in "Elvis Has Not Left the Building." People now know Elvis as Aaron King and he is hired to find a missing actress. During the investigation, he learns more about himself and what he's missing in the anonymous life he's chosen to lead.
This book is filled with quick humor and some very interesting characters. Little bits and pieces finally come together as the story weaves in and around Hollywood.
I noticed a few editing errors but they did not detract from the great story. No, I don't think Elvis is still alive but I wish he was. I wish we could all hear him sing just one more time. Through this book, I got to do just that.
I am pleased that I did. Rain has a very light quick writing style. Easy and flowing, it is fun to read. Not overly serious, this is a book to enjoy rather than think long and hard about.
The premise is that Elvis is not dead, but alive and with a surgically altered appearance, has become a private investigator. While it seems quirky, it really works, and is a fun part of the story. I enjoyed this read, and would buy it again.
Interesting story as he investigates an actress who has disappeared and is also trying to dodge people who may or may not be on to his real identity.