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“Whip smart . . . Best described as punk noir, it takes the sardonic bite of Raymond Chandler and sets it to the mosh-pit madness of Green Day. An exciting and daringly original book.”Boston Globe
978-0-8021-3501-8 • $12.00 • Paperback • May 1997
Thelma & Louise meet Pulp Fiction in this pop-noir thriller.
Shooting Elvis is a highly charged, action-packed thriller about a California good Girl gone bad. Cute, blond Mary Alice Baker delivers a briefcase to a stranger at LAX for her Harley-driving boyfriend. When it explodes and levels a terminal, Mary becomes an instant terrorist and quickly transforms herself into Nina Zero-punk fugitive, thief, private eye, and new darling of the shock-hungry media. Her quest to discover what all the cash and blood are about drive this fiercely intense narrative to its explosive ending.