Saturday, June 03, 2006

Shooting Elvis
by
Robert M. Eversz

Mary Alice Baker is bored with her job as a kiddy photographer when her boyfriend Wrex lures her into a promise of extra cash. All she has to do is deliver a briefcase to a man at LAX airport. However, the exchange goes anything but easy and somehow Mary Ann is the main suspect in the bombing of the airport.

Now wanted by the FBI as a psycho terrorist, Mary Ann escapes to a hotel where she pierces her nose, dyes her hair black, and reinvents herself as Nina Zero.

Mary starts out as a normal young woman who allows herself to be pushed around by the men in her life. By the end of the book, although she is in a lot more trouble, she comes out of her ordeal a mentally stronger person.

Another fasted paced book where the chick kicks some butt!

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