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Elvis has left the building, but he’s forever memorialized at the Heartache Motel. Filled with drag queens, Rock-a-Hula cocktails, and a vibrating velveteen bed, these three novellas tell the tales of three amateur sleuths who spend their holidays at the King’s beloved home. DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER I Elvis has left the building, but he’s forever memorialized at the Heartache Motel. Filled with drag queens, Rock-a-Hula cocktails, and a vibrating velveteen bed, these three novellas tell the tales of three amateur sleuths who spend their holidays at the King’s beloved home. DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER IMPOSSIBLE) When Rose and the gang head to Graceland right before Christmas, they get all shook up: the motel is a seedy dump and an Elvis impersonator turns up dead. Rose discovers missing jewels tie into the death and her suspicious mind flips into overdrive, questioning her fellow guests, the staff, and even a cute impersonator who keeps popping up. Will Rose be able to find the murderer and get home by Christmas day? It’s now or never. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart A Cherry Tucker Mystery Novella (prequel to PORTRAIT OF A DEAD GUY) Sassy Southern artist Cherry Tucker and her poker-loving boyfriend, Todd, pop into Memphis to help Todd’s cousin who’s been hustled out of his savings, right before Christmas. Staying at the shady Heartache Motel, Cherry can’t tell a shill from a mark and fears everyone is playing them for chumps. Cherry and Todd quickly find themselves in a dangerous sting that could send them to the slammer or mark them as pigeons from cons looking for an even bigger score. DATELINE MEMPHIS by LynDee Walker A Headlines in High Heels Mystery Novella (follows BURIED LEADS) Crime reporter Nichelle Clarke thinks she’s going home for Christmas. But a quick stop at Graceland proves news breaks in the strangest places. When the King's home gets locked down with Nichelle inside, she chases this headline into the national spotlight—and the thief's crosshairs. Christmas dreams of blue suede Manolos fade, and all Nichelle wants from Santa is to land the story before the thief cuts off her news feed for good. Books in the Henery Press Mystery Novella Series: OTHER PEOPLE’S BAGGAGE HEARTACHE MOTEL Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all….


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Elvis has left the building, but he’s forever memorialized at the Heartache Motel. Filled with drag queens, Rock-a-Hula cocktails, and a vibrating velveteen bed, these three novellas tell the tales of three amateur sleuths who spend their holidays at the King’s beloved home. DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER I Elvis has left the building, but he’s forever memorialized at the Heartache Motel. Filled with drag queens, Rock-a-Hula cocktails, and a vibrating velveteen bed, these three novellas tell the tales of three amateur sleuths who spend their holidays at the King’s beloved home. DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER IMPOSSIBLE) When Rose and the gang head to Graceland right before Christmas, they get all shook up: the motel is a seedy dump and an Elvis impersonator turns up dead. Rose discovers missing jewels tie into the death and her suspicious mind flips into overdrive, questioning her fellow guests, the staff, and even a cute impersonator who keeps popping up. Will Rose be able to find the murderer and get home by Christmas day? It’s now or never. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart A Cherry Tucker Mystery Novella (prequel to PORTRAIT OF A DEAD GUY) Sassy Southern artist Cherry Tucker and her poker-loving boyfriend, Todd, pop into Memphis to help Todd’s cousin who’s been hustled out of his savings, right before Christmas. Staying at the shady Heartache Motel, Cherry can’t tell a shill from a mark and fears everyone is playing them for chumps. Cherry and Todd quickly find themselves in a dangerous sting that could send them to the slammer or mark them as pigeons from cons looking for an even bigger score. DATELINE MEMPHIS by LynDee Walker A Headlines in High Heels Mystery Novella (follows BURIED LEADS) Crime reporter Nichelle Clarke thinks she’s going home for Christmas. But a quick stop at Graceland proves news breaks in the strangest places. When the King's home gets locked down with Nichelle inside, she chases this headline into the national spotlight—and the thief's crosshairs. Christmas dreams of blue suede Manolos fade, and all Nichelle wants from Santa is to land the story before the thief cuts off her news feed for good. Books in the Henery Press Mystery Novella Series: OTHER PEOPLE’S BAGGAGE HEARTACHE MOTEL Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all….

30 review for Heartache Motel

  1. 5 out of 5

    HENERY PRESS PUBLISHING

    “I was laughing out loud and couldn't stop turning the pages as I read the adventures of amateur sleuths Rose Strickland, Cherry Tucker, and Nichelle Clarke, who find themselves at the Heartache Motel in Memphis, just in time for Christmas.” – Gigi Pandian, Author of the Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt Mystery Series “I was laughing out loud and couldn't stop turning the pages as I read the adventures of amateur sleuths Rose Strickland, Cherry Tucker, and Nichelle Clarke, who find themselves at the Heartache Motel in Memphis, just in time for Christmas.” – Gigi Pandian, Author of the Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt Mystery Series

  2. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    5 Stars for the wonderful Terri L. Austin. May read the others at a later date. My tbr pile is huge! Love Rose and the gang.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Farris

    Most avid readers I know are always in search of a few new authors. What better way than to read a compilation of three interconnected mystery novellas from relatively new authors? Henery Press introduced us last year to three great authors, Kendel Lynn, Gigi Pandian and Diane Vallere in the book ‘Other People’s Baggage.’ This year ‘Heartache Motel’ features Terri L. Austin, Larissa Reinhart and LynDee Walker. I was excited to read this as I had previously enjoyed the mystery novels of all three Most avid readers I know are always in search of a few new authors. What better way than to read a compilation of three interconnected mystery novellas from relatively new authors? Henery Press introduced us last year to three great authors, Kendel Lynn, Gigi Pandian and Diane Vallere in the book ‘Other People’s Baggage.’ This year ‘Heartache Motel’ features Terri L. Austin, Larissa Reinhart and LynDee Walker. I was excited to read this as I had previously enjoyed the mystery novels of all three of these authors. All three stories are centered at the Heartache Motel in Memphis around Christmas. This is a run- down kitschy hotel with drag queens and Elvis impersonators. To read the rest of the review see http://www.examiner.com/article/heart...

  4. 4 out of 5

    ❂ Murder by Death

    A lovely way to discover new authors or enjoy in-between adventures of those cozy characters you already love. (ARC received from NetGalley) Full review: http://jenn.booklikes.com/post/691761... A lovely way to discover new authors or enjoy in-between adventures of those cozy characters you already love. (ARC received from NetGalley) Full review: http://jenn.booklikes.com/post/691761...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Susan (The Book Bag)

    What a fun, fun read! How can you not like a book revolving around Elvis and Graceland in Memphis? And how can you not just love the quirky characters that these three authors have brought together in this collection of stories? Gotta love Elvis impersonators and drag queens! Before reading Heartbreak Motel, I have to admit that I had read only one of these authors. I have read several books in Larissa Reinhart's Cherry Tucker series and this has only deepened my desire to read more. The other t What a fun, fun read! How can you not like a book revolving around Elvis and Graceland in Memphis? And how can you not just love the quirky characters that these three authors have brought together in this collection of stories? Gotta love Elvis impersonators and drag queens! Before reading Heartbreak Motel, I have to admit that I had read only one of these authors. I have read several books in Larissa Reinhart's Cherry Tucker series and this has only deepened my desire to read more. The other two authors are new-to-me but I love their stories—both their style and their characters—that I'm definitely going to be checking out the rest of their series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chris Blackton

    This is actually three novellas written by different authors with the common thread that they take place in Memphis at the Heartache Motel. They truly warrant a 3.5 star rating but the app doesn't allow for that. Quick Sketch (the middle novella) was slightly confusing. I am still unsure about how he sketches fit into the plot but the other two were quite good. This is actually three novellas written by different authors with the common thread that they take place in Memphis at the Heartache Motel. They truly warrant a 3.5 star rating but the app doesn't allow for that. Quick Sketch (the middle novella) was slightly confusing. I am still unsure about how he sketches fit into the plot but the other two were quite good.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    What do Elvis and drag queens have in common? Memphis! Welcome to the Heartache Motel where Elvis is immortalized and three amateur sleuths find themselves staying in a seedy motel and planning a visit to Graceland. Anthologies are often difficult to review because you’re reading more than one novella and there’s always one or two that you enjoy the most. I’m going to review Heartache Motel a little differently from my usual style and give you my overall impression because I don’t want to give s What do Elvis and drag queens have in common? Memphis! Welcome to the Heartache Motel where Elvis is immortalized and three amateur sleuths find themselves staying in a seedy motel and planning a visit to Graceland. Anthologies are often difficult to review because you’re reading more than one novella and there’s always one or two that you enjoy the most. I’m going to review Heartache Motel a little differently from my usual style and give you my overall impression because I don’t want to give spoilers. "Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers" by Terri L. Austin This is the first time I read something written by Terri Austin even though I have a copy of Diner, Dives, & Dead Ends (I just haven’t had a chance to read it). I really liked “Diners Keepers” and Austin did a good job setting up the Heartache Motel and giving us our first glimpse of it. It was a pretty quick read and Austin doesn’t give any spoilers regarding the books in the series so if you haven’t read any in the series, you’ll be fine. Overall impression: I liked Rose and Ma is such a hoot! I can only hope when I’m her age I’m half as fun as she is. Although, I should point out Stoner Joe stole the show! As for the mystery, I had my suspicions, but wasn’t sure how Austin would tie up loose ends and in the end, she surprised me with how it all comes together. I do feel sorry for Rose because she’s around all the action and even when she mentions what just happened to her, everyone around her asks not how she’s doing, but rather more about the incident she wants to forget. Favorite scene: Rose bemoaning the lack of imitators imitating young Elvis. Suggested playlist: It’s Now or Never, Hound Dog, and Jailhouse Rock "Quick Sketch" by Larissa Reinhart If you haven’t read Larissa Reinhart’s Cherry Tucker series don’t fret since this is the prequel to Reinhart’s Portrait of a Dead Guy and basically the start to the series. You can delve right in and get to know Cherry and company. If you’ve read the books then you’ll appreciate getting to know more about Cherry and what her relationship with Todd was like. Overall impression: I enjoyed meeting more of Todd’s family and proving they aren’t the brightest crayons in the box. I’m still scratching my head at Todd being invited to play poker in Vegas because let's face it, in their relationship Cherry's got the brains (though those on Team Todd: I can see the appeal). In any event, this is my second time meeting Cherry and I adore her! I love that she went head to head with a thug regarding her sketch book and that she toyed with the idea of keeping tabs with her uncle the Sheriff in case they needed help (well more like if she got into trouble). As for the mystery, it’s not really one, but more of a sting operation to help Todd’s cousin, Bryon. I’m happy to report that all ends well for everyone involved and Cherry might or might not vandalize Graceland. Favorite scene: Sneaking into Graceland after hours. Suggested playlist: Viva Las Vegas, There Goes My Everything, and Just Pretend "Dateline Memphis" by LynDee Walker Everyone knows how much I enjoy Walker’s Headlines in Heels series and Walker doesn’t disappoint. Though this primarily focuses on Nichelle, beloved characters do make an appearance including Kyle, Bob, and Joey. If you’ve never read the series, it’s easy to understand the roles each secondary character plays plus Walker doesn’t give any spoilers regarding past books. Overall impression: I loved that Nichelle was flying pretty much solo on this though admit to missing Grant. I really enjoyed seeing Nichelle in action and showing us how capable she is on her own. In terms of the overall mystery, I thought my suspect would be the it person, but alas Walker proved me wrong. In hindsight, had it been who I thought it was, it would have been a little too easy. I admit to a bit of fangirl giggling regarding Joey and what he does for Nichelle. Can I take a moment to talk about Kyle? I really liked how he was happy to help Nichelle and didn't even blink an eye when she asked. Favorite scene: Darcy solving her own mystery! Suggested playlist: Return to Sender, Devil in Disguise, and Blue Suede Shoes What I really enjoyed about all three novellas is that they are easy to read and quite enjoyable. I’ve read anthologies with a common theme or place and there’s always something missing from the narrative. Not here. You can tell each author took great care in making the Heartache Motel and its quirky employees come to life. If you’re a fan of cozy mysteries, you’ll want to read Heartache Motel. Fans of Austin, Reinhart, and Walker won't be disappointed and this is a great way to dip your toes if you’re interested in reading a new author or genre. Just keep in mind, I'm not responsible if you find yourself swiveling your hips and attempting to impersonate Elvis afterwards. This review and more are posted at Literary, etc.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laura Thomas

    I’m always ready for a new cozy mystery. I got three in Heartache Motel. It was a lot of fun to see where each of these authors would go with their story centered around a seedy motel, staffed with drag queens and booked up with Elvis impersonators. The Heartache Motel is located a short distance from Graceland and it came as no surprise that each story would be overflowing with quirky, fun characters. In Diners Weepers, Losers Keepers I met Rose Strickland. When Ma, the 80-year-old proprietor o I’m always ready for a new cozy mystery. I got three in Heartache Motel. It was a lot of fun to see where each of these authors would go with their story centered around a seedy motel, staffed with drag queens and booked up with Elvis impersonators. The Heartache Motel is located a short distance from Graceland and it came as no surprise that each story would be overflowing with quirky, fun characters. In Diners Weepers, Losers Keepers I met Rose Strickland. When Ma, the 80-year-old proprietor of Ma’s Diner shuts down the diner for a few days to go to Graceland, Rose and her best friend Roxy, along with Ax and his stoner roommate Joe ride along to keep her out of trouble. When their hotel rooms are given away they wind up at a seedy, out-of-the-way hotel and get right in the middle of a murder investigation. Someone’s put an Elvis impersonator on ice, literally. I enjoyed getting to know Rose and her gang. I would love to see Roxy in person. Her outfits sound extreme. And Stoner Joe. You could stand him in front of something, come back later, and he’d still be there. You’d never have to worry about losing him, you’d just have to remember not to leave him behind. This was a fun, sassy introduction to the Rose Strickland Murder Mystery series. How could I not have a blast snooping and following the clues with Rose and her Scooby Doo gang as they sift through the impersonators and staff of drag queens, sniffing out the culprit. Now that I’ve met these characters, further reading is required. The series is calling my name. Quick Sketch is another romp at the Heartache Motel. Artist Cherry Tucker and her boyfriend Todd wind up at the motel when they answer his cousins call for help. He’s lost all his money gambling and thinks he’s been cheated. They put Vegas on hold and cook up a scheme to catch the con artists and maybe get Byron’s money back. It was really fun to see Man Margaret and the drag queen gals again. The motel is as seedy as ever, and the Suspicious Minds Bar is still serving up Rock -A - Hulas. I was a little doubtful of Byron’s story at first. Did he get scammed or did he just get taken to the cleaners, losing all of his savings and his Christmas bonus? What a delirious trip this was. Cherry takes no prisoners with her cutting edge wit and sarcasm. She’s having none of Todd’s shenanigans and puts all her cards on the table to call the scammers bluffs. But they might all end up in the pokey. While I really enjoyed this story, I felt like I needed to read the series to understand Cherry and Todd and their relationship better. I’ll have to pay a visit to Hula, Georgia and become better acquainted with the Cherry Tucker Mystery Series. And that brings me to Dateline Memphis. Nichelle is a hoot. She’s got brains, beauty, a smart mouth, and as long as she has her signature high heels, she’ s ready to go. And she never goes anywhere without her pooch-to-go, Darcy, her Pomeranian. Nichelle is the next to stay at the Heartache Motel. She plans on getting a good nights sleep and then a quick hop over to Graceland to get a Christmas present for her mother. She may not make it in time to open presents, as her visit ends up in a police lockdown. No one leaves until they catch whoever stole the bejeweled belt once worn by Elvis. Being a crime reporter, Nichelle offers to help with the investigation. Her skills might come in handy, and who knows, she might get the biggest scoop of her career. I could just picture Nichelle waltzing into the motel, pooch under one arm and designer luggage on the other. She’d meet her match with the drag queens. She stood six-three in her high heels and Man-Margaret stood a full head taller. I wonder who’d have the best outfits? After busting crime with Nichelle, I’m looking forward to getting to know her better while reading the Headlines in High Heels Mystery Series. I raise my Rock-A-Hula in a toast to these authors. They did a splendid job of slipping their characters into the central theme of The Heartache Motel, while keeping the returning personalities in character. Each story had some of the same characters and each writer kept with their individual voices. I’m a fan of the female protagonist and met some strong, sassy women in this collection. I also met some very endearing drag queens and I really would like to see the Elvis impersonator wearing nothing but a speedo and cowboy boots. I had a good laugh at that one. Three authors, three cozy mysteries, many captivating characters, and some fun capers to solve. A great idea. I received this book for my honest review. As always, my opinions are my own.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne

    The three authors bring us an anthology with a cozy mystery holiday story from each of their popular series. Although I have Austin and Reinhart’s books on my Kindle TBR, I haven’t had a chance to read them yet. I have read one of Walker’s books from this series, which I loved. I will review this book by the individual stories. Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers by Terri L. Austin (From her “A Rose Strickland Mystery” series) It’s a few days before Christmas when waitress Rose Strickland heads to Memphi The three authors bring us an anthology with a cozy mystery holiday story from each of their popular series. Although I have Austin and Reinhart’s books on my Kindle TBR, I haven’t had a chance to read them yet. I have read one of Walker’s books from this series, which I loved. I will review this book by the individual stories. Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers by Terri L. Austin (From her “A Rose Strickland Mystery” series) It’s a few days before Christmas when waitress Rose Strickland heads to Memphis with her friends from Ma’s Diner to visit Graceland. Nobody is as excited as Ma when she sees dozens of Elvis impersonators, but the group isn’t happy when their hotel reservations are given away and they wind up in a seedy motel. When one of the Elvis impersonators is found dead, Rose is curious and starts snooping around. She discovers missing jewels and a very hot impersonator who keeps showing up. Rose is determined to find the killer and get home before the first Christmas gift is unwrapped. This was a fun, quick read with quite a bit of humor thrown into the mix. I enjoyed it very much and loved Rose playing detective with her friends. I immediately fell in love with the characters in this book. Terri Austin has the perfect writing style for a cozy mystery. She keeps the reader’s attention from start to finish. I really need to read the other books in her series. I already know this is a series I will love with beloved characters. Quick Sketch by Larissa Reinhart (From her “A Cherry Tucker Mystery” series) Sketch artist Cherry Tucker and her poker playing boyfriend Todd pay a visit to Memphis to lend Todd’s cousin a helping hand. His cousin lost his savings and now there will be no Christmas for his family. Cherry and Todd suspect he was cheated and will do whatever they can to save Christmas. They stay in the seedy Heartache Motel and put together an elaborate sting operation, but they are clueless as to who can be trusted. If they don’t play this right, they could be spending the holidays in jail. Yet another series I have in my TBR, but haven’t read yet. I liked the characters very much. They are perfect for a mystery series. Although I liked Cherry and Todd immediately, I think this is one story I would have appreciated it even more if I had read the earlier books. The storyline was interesting and flowed smoothly, but I really wanted to know more about the characters. So, I will be adding this series to my list too. Dateline Memphis by LynDee Walker (From her “A Headlines in Heels Mystery” series) Nichelle Clarke is on her way home for the Christmas holidays but makes one quick stop along her way. She visits Graceland in hopes of getting her mother a Christmas gift there. The one thing she never expects is to find herself in a police lockdown at Graceland. An expensive jeweled belt worn by Elvis has gone missing. Being a crime reporter, Nichelle doesn’t know if this is good luck or bad. Of course it means her Christmas celebration could be delayed, but it also puts her on the inside track to huge news headlines. She decides to lend a helping hand in the investigation but she stumbles upon an intriguing twist. This is the second book in this series I’ve read and I loved catching up with Nichelle. I still need to read the first book in this series, but this was a quick story that had my interest until the end. Nichelle is a character that I already love and care about. A great introduction to these three authors and their series. It gives the readers a nice taste of what to look forward to in each one of them and introduces characters the readers will find both interesting and captivating. I thought these story written with the backdrop of Graceland, complete with wacky Elvis impersonators, was fun and made for several hours of enjoyment. A very unique idea. FTC Disclosure: The publisher provided me with a copy of this book to review for this blog tour. This did not influence my thoughts and opinions in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I received a complimentary copy of this book as a part of a book tour in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 4.5 out of 5 Stars. Three interconnected cozy mysteries written by different authors take center stage in the Henery Press anthology Heartache Motel. Taking place in Memphis over the Christmas Holidays, and set at the Heartache Motel, a kitschy and tawdry Elvis themed motel filled with drag queens, Elvis impersonators and too many tourists, these stories kept me turning the I received a complimentary copy of this book as a part of a book tour in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 4.5 out of 5 Stars. Three interconnected cozy mysteries written by different authors take center stage in the Henery Press anthology Heartache Motel. Taking place in Memphis over the Christmas Holidays, and set at the Heartache Motel, a kitschy and tawdry Elvis themed motel filled with drag queens, Elvis impersonators and too many tourists, these stories kept me turning the pages to discover what could possibly happen next. If you’re a fan of cozy mysteries, this is a book you’ll want to check out. I’ll be doing mini reviews for each story below. DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER IMPOSSIBLE) A fan of the Rose Strickland series, I couldn’t wait to read what new adventure Rose and her group of friends would get into next. Approaching her eightieth birthday, Ma decides to close the diner for a few days and asks Rose, Roxy and Ax to accompany her on a road trip to Graceland. Their adventures begin when they are forced to take “Stoner Joe”, Ax’s roommate along, and what should have been an eight hour road trip turns into 15 hours, missed hotel reservations and a stay at the “Heartache Motel”. A place about which Rose colorfully says - “Calling the Heartache Motel a dump would be an upgrade.” When one of the Elvis impersonators ends up dead, Rose and her group of friends end up investigating the case, even when the local police tell them not to. Filled with plenty of humorous situations, zippy one liners and a clever mystery, this addition to Ms. Austin’s series is simply a hoot and a pleasure to read. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart A Cherry Tucker Mystery Novella (prequel to PORTRAIT OF A DEAD GUY) Since I’ve never read anything by Larissa Reinhart, this was the perfect way for me to get an introduction to her series, as the events in this book take place before any of the events in the already published books. I enjoyed meeting Cherry and Todd and finding out what happens to them as they stop in Memphis and try to help Todd’s cousin recover his life savings. It was interesting to see the romance between Cherry and Todd in its early stages and to watch Cherry solve the mystery. I also enjoyed meeting the secondary characters, mostly Todd’s family and the people staying at the Heartache Motel, who contributed color and quite a few laughs to the story. I look forward to checking out more of Ms. Reinhart’s series in the future. DATELINE MEMPHIS by LynDee Walker A Headlines in High Heels Mystery Novella (follows BURIED LEADS) While this is another series I haven’t had a chance to read, I was able to read and enjoy this story on its own. Ms. Walker does a good job introducing the characters and I enjoyed watching the mystery getting resolved. I especially enjoyed getting to know Nichelle and getting to watch her conduct an investigation all on her own. Ms. Walker does a good job with the mystery; there are plenty of twists and turns, and I found myself changing my mind several times about who the villain really was. I look forward to reading more of Ms. Walker’s books and look forward to getting to know the rest of the Nichelle’s “crew”. Overall Heartache Motel is a well written and very enjoyable anthology. I’m thankful I got the chance to read it and look forward to reading more of these three author’s work. I’m also looking forward to checking out more of the cozy mystery books published by Henery Press.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    A triple header I loved this book. It was very interesting and entertaining how three authors brought their stories together with the location. It was fun to see how the stories were brought together.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    I first discovered LynDee Walker during a book tour, followed by Larissa Reinhart during yet another tour. These were two of the first authors I read from the Henery Press group. This was quickly followed up by Susan Boyer and finally Terri L. Austin. The tag line at Henery Press is if you like one, you will probably like them all. They aren't kidding! Needless to say that when I saw an anthology of three of these wonderful authors, I immediately requested a copy on Netgalley. In Diners Keepers, I first discovered LynDee Walker during a book tour, followed by Larissa Reinhart during yet another tour. These were two of the first authors I read from the Henery Press group. This was quickly followed up by Susan Boyer and finally Terri L. Austin. The tag line at Henery Press is if you like one, you will probably like them all. They aren't kidding! Needless to say that when I saw an anthology of three of these wonderful authors, I immediately requested a copy on Netgalley. In Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers by Terri L. Austin. we catch up with Rose at Christmas time a few months following book 3, Diner Impossible. Ma, the namesake and owner of Ma's Diner, where Rose Strickland works the breakfast to lunch crowd that Ma's caters to. Ma has decided that she wants to visit Graceland and to do it this year and to see it all lit up for the holidays. After all, a woman only turns 80 a few times, right? ;) Needless to say with the crew of Rose, Roxie, Ax and Ma, there is plenty of hi jinx, laughter and adventure. For Quick Sketch by Larissa Reinhart, we actually go back in time and get the prequel and the backstory that is hinted at in Portrait of a Dead Guy. Cherry is on a cross country road trip with her boyfriend Todd, as he is headed to Vegas to gamble in a high stakes Christmas poker tournament. They make a short stop in Memphis at the Heartache Motel to help out Todd's cousin Byron. With Cherry involved you can be assured that there is plenty of Southern Charm and Down Home Attitude to spare. The final story in this anthology is Dateline Memphis and we catch up with Nichelle Clark on her way home for the Christmas Holidays. This story picks up about three months after Buried Leads and Nichelle has stopped off in Memphis to visit Graceland on her drive from Virginia to Texas. Finding an Elvis themed room that takes pets were her only basic requirements. When she gets a text from her editor asking if she is having fun yet and reminding her that crime doesn't take a holiday, she has no idea how true that statement will become. But when she turns out to be one of the few people in-the-know during an unexpected lock down during her tour of Graceland, Nichelle is quick to don her investigative hat and get to work. Especially when this could lead to a once in a lifetime scoop. If you have been following my reviews, you already know how much I love novellas. Each of these three stories were well written and stayed true to the character, even in the condensed format. My only single disappointment was that I kept looking and hoping for some kind of cross over where the characters got to meet or at the very least all take part in some over all grand mystery cross over. Alas, it was not to be, but there is always hope for a future book. There were some cross over of the characters at the Heartache Motel and it was fun to read each of the characters take on them and how they reacted. Overall this was a great book and a wonderful addition to the each of the series. I gave it 4 stars on Goodreads.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    Diners, Keepers, Losers Weepers by Terri.L.Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella Rose along with Ma and Rozy close the diner for the Christmas holiday and decide to make Ma's dreams of going to Graceland come true, they eventually decide to stay at the Hearbreak Motel, the motel is quite the place with Elvis inspired drag queens and it's a dive to say the least. Then an Elvis impersonator is found dead. There are also jewels discovered that are some how connected to the death and Rose starts qu Diners, Keepers, Losers Weepers by Terri.L.Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella Rose along with Ma and Rozy close the diner for the Christmas holiday and decide to make Ma's dreams of going to Graceland come true, they eventually decide to stay at the Hearbreak Motel, the motel is quite the place with Elvis inspired drag queens and it's a dive to say the least. Then an Elvis impersonator is found dead. There are also jewels discovered that are some how connected to the death and Rose starts questioning all the motel guests. Rose needs to find this devil in disguise before, her Ma and Roxy get all shook up or none of them will be home on Christmas day This story had me on the edge of my seat, I loved all the colorful characters, Man-Margaret was a favorite. It was a great story to start the book with. The writing was a winner. I couldn't put this story down until I was finished, Very entertaining and fun and I loved how Elvis inspired it was. Quick Sketch by Larissa Reinhart A Cherry Tucker Mystery Novella Artist, Cherry Tucker and her poker playing boyfriend,Todd head to Memphis to help out Todd's cousin who has been scammed out of alot of money playing poker. Cherry and Todd decide to help Todd's cousin win some of his money back to give his kids a good Christmas. They to set up a illegal poker gameAd by RoyalCoupon with some shady characters at the Heartbreak Motel where they are staying. Then Cherry and Todd soon find themselves in a risky situation and Cherry hopes her drawing abilities will help sketch out key players in a possibly deadly game. I loved Cherry from the start, being a former wanna be artist myself I admired how Cherry's artistic ability was woven into this story, drawing the players was a stoke of genius on the authors part., This story was pure entertainment and very exciting. I read right until the end to see how it all played out. Dateline Memphis by LynDee Walker A Nichelle Clarke Headline in Heals Mystery Novella Newspaper Crime Reporter, Nichelle is in Memphis to get her mom a gift from Graceland, and is staying at the Heartbreak Motel But as Nichelle discovers the news never stops as Graceland is soon locked down on the heals of a supposed theft of one of Elvis Gold Belt's he wore in concert she also soon discovers a theft of some valuable Elvis coins from the gift shopAd by RoyalCoupon, Nichelle breaks the story within the Graceland mansion walls trying to track down the Elvis thief so he will be singing to the tune of Jailhouse Rock. I would have loved to be Nichelle in this story, I was really immersed into this story being an a Elvis fan and would have loved being locked in at Graceland. A Page turner and a pleasure to read. This is one of the stories with being an Elvis fan that I will never forget.

  14. 4 out of 5

    LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL

    DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER IMPOSSIBLE) Ma, Rose and Roxy close up the diner and head to Graceland for the holiday. Axton and Stoner Joe come along for the ride. There is a mix up with their hotel reservation and they end up staying at the Heartache Motel, which wouldn’t even rate 1 star. When one of the Elvis impersonator turns up dead Rose finds herself right in the middle of the investigation. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin A Rose Strickland Mystery Novella (follows DINER IMPOSSIBLE) Ma, Rose and Roxy close up the diner and head to Graceland for the holiday. Axton and Stoner Joe come along for the ride. There is a mix up with their hotel reservation and they end up staying at the Heartache Motel, which wouldn’t even rate 1 star. When one of the Elvis impersonator turns up dead Rose finds herself right in the middle of the investigation. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart A Cherry Tucker Mystery Novella (prequel to PORTRAIT OF A DEAD GUY) Cherry and her boyfriend Todd roll into town to help his cousin out of a jam and are staying at the Heartache Motel. Todd is quite the poker player and clearly his cousin is not, as he was hustled out of all his Christmas money and lost his job too. With a little help they set up a “sting” to try to win back the lost money. Cherry is hoping to use her drawing ability to sketch the players to be sure the right players get stung. DATELINE MEMPHIS by LynDee Walker A Nichelle Clarke Headline in Heels Mystery Novella (follows BURIED LEADS) Nichelle is on her way home for Christmas with just a quick stopover in Memphis to get her mom the perfect gift. But even at Graceland she makes headlines when the whole place is locked down when a treasured item goes missing. As she tries to get the scoop on the story she finds herself getting dangerously close to the thief. Dollycas’s Thoughts I thought it would be nice to finish out the year with a little Elvis. He was an icon a little before my time but my sister and mom always had his songs playing. I never got “All Shook Up” about him but his music sure has withstood the test of time. I had only read LynDee Walker’s Headline in Heels Mysteries before this collection of novellas but I can say these authors have a chart topper with this group of stories. Terri’s characters really drew me in and I can’t wait to read the whole Rose Strickland Mystery Series. Larissa’s protagonist reminds me of Sharon Pape’s Rory McCain. Those sketch artists always seem to be able to solve the mystery. After reviewing LynDee’s Front Page Fatality and Buried Leads, I was already a fan of Nichelle Clark and her wild shoe addiction. This interconnected format is a great way to introduce every cozy lover to these characters and their stories. The only thing that would have made it better would have been if at least the main characters could have run into each other :) Maybe sometime in the future. This was a perfect escape for my last book of the year!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    My Review: Heartache Motel 4 stars DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin 4 stars This was a much lighter murder mystery than Diner Impossible was. The gang decide to go to Graceland for a fast vacation. Ma closes the diner. I liked it. Rose, Roxy, Ma, Axton and Joe all drive down in same car. Things don't go as planned right away. They end up at Heartache Motel full of Elvis impersonators and drag queens. They find a body and have to solve the case before they go home. QUICK SKETCH by La My Review: Heartache Motel 4 stars DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin 4 stars This was a much lighter murder mystery than Diner Impossible was. The gang decide to go to Graceland for a fast vacation. Ma closes the diner. I liked it. Rose, Roxy, Ma, Axton and Joe all drive down in same car. Things don't go as planned right away. They end up at Heartache Motel full of Elvis impersonators and drag queens. They find a body and have to solve the case before they go home. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart 3 STARS I liked the longer novels better. This is a prequel with Cherry and Todd on their way to Las Vegas stop over to visit Todd's cousin who lost job, money in a scam and they want to help him. I had to run errands in middle so I might have been confused because of that. I was not sure who the good and bad guys were till the end. Because I know what happens in the next two books it is hard to take Todd and Cherry as a couple serious. DATELINE MEMPHIS by LynDee Walker 4 stars In Dateline Memphis Nichelie is on her way home for Christmas and she stops into Graceland and she gets locked in because something was taken. So she texts her boss about it and it goes out on the web. She investigates and keeps updating her story. I like Nichelie. She is smart and hardworking. This is the third book in the series. She really is the only character from the other books in this story. I would read more from LynDee Walker in the future. I have enjoyed reading all three stories and look forward to reading more from the authors in the future. In each story I never knew were the story was going or who the guilty party was. So the suspense was good all the way through. I have read from these authors books in the past and hope to read more from them in the future. I was given this ebook to read and asked in return to give honest review of the book by NetGalley and Henery Press. publication: December 10th 2013 by Henery Press 225 pages

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tess

    Terri Austin, Larissa Reinhart and LynDee Walker have a sure fire hit on their hands. They have come together to write 1 book, with each of them delivering their own spin on it. Heartache Motel is set in Memphis very close to Graceland, with each author penning her own characters and lives into one enjoyable book. I have read books by all three authors and was pleased with how this book jumped from one to the other. In Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers we once again meet up with Ma, Roxy, Rose and A Terri Austin, Larissa Reinhart and LynDee Walker have a sure fire hit on their hands. They have come together to write 1 book, with each of them delivering their own spin on it. Heartache Motel is set in Memphis very close to Graceland, with each author penning her own characters and lives into one enjoyable book. I have read books by all three authors and was pleased with how this book jumped from one to the other. In Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers we once again meet up with Ma, Roxy, Rose and Axton in a delightful romp through Memphis and Graceland. We should not be surprised that we are into twists and turns with this bunch of adorable people. I love Terri's characters and was happy to be an ARC for this book. In Quick Sketch Larissa, once again reunites us with Cherry and her friend hunky Todd, no Sullivan this time, which is probably a good thing, what with all the lovely "ladies" who inhabit Heartache Motel. Cherry and Todd end up in Memphis, on their way from Halo, Ga. to Las Vegas. A stop where once again, Cherry can't help not to get involved with another mystery. Dateline Memphis, finds Nichelle and her love-able toy Pomeranian, Darcy stopping for just one night at the Heartache. Nichelle realizes that crime reporting has no bonds and is soon smack dab in the middle of a lock-down while on a quick trip to Graceland, when a belt once worn by Elvis disappears from the museum while it is packed with sightseers. How this happened, and who is involved leaves Nichelle on a mission that gets more complicated ad time goes by. I loved the premise of the book and was happy to once again meet up with old friends from each of these authors. Each author kept up with the secondary players of the other authors in such a way that I never felt confused at all. Good job ladies, is there more like this to come in the future?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jane Reads (Jane in SC)

    Heartache Motel is a really good, really fun read. I love to read cozy mystery books that are part of a series (and I have this thing about reading them in order). Heartache Motel contains novellas from not one, not two, but three cozy series, and very enjoyable, well-written ones at that. In some cozies, the sleuths give rather implausible reasons for why they sleuth (and I tend not to stick with those series for very long). Rose, Cherry and Nichelle have legitimate reasons for their inves Heartache Motel is a really good, really fun read. I love to read cozy mystery books that are part of a series (and I have this thing about reading them in order). Heartache Motel contains novellas from not one, not two, but three cozy series, and very enjoyable, well-written ones at that. In some cozies, the sleuths give rather implausible reasons for why they sleuth (and I tend not to stick with those series for very long). Rose, Cherry and Nichelle have legitimate reasons for their investigations, in each of their books and stories, which adds to my enjoyment of their adventures. The Heartache Motel is in Memphis, Tennessee. Rose, Cherry, and Nichelle are staying there because they've gone to Memphis to tour Graceland, Elvis Presley's home. The authors collaborated very well as they were writing their own portion of the book. The details of the motel are the same in each novella, so much so that a reader, unfamiliar with the characters, could believe that one author wrote the entire book. I think it's time for "a little less conversation" and a little more rating of Heartache Motel. "It's now or never" for me to give Heartache Motel Five Stars, my highest rating. I highly recommend it to fans of cozy mysteries, especially those who are also Elvis fans and those who have already read any of the books about Rose Strickland, Cherry Tucker, and Nichelle Clarke of Headlines in High Heels. {This review was originally published at Jane Reads, along with my interviews of Rose Strickland, Cherry Tucker, and Nichelle Clarke.}

  18. 4 out of 5

    Valeri

    DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin This was my first Terri L. Austin read. I know this is part of a series but it can be read stand alone. This was a great novella. The cast makes up for very entertaining reading. This was a fun read and the cozy mystery aspect was really good. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart This is the one novella in the trio that I liked the least. This may be because I hve read all the books in this series and for me it has gone downhill after the second book. DINERS KEEPERS, LOSERS WEEPERS by Terri L. Austin This was my first Terri L. Austin read. I know this is part of a series but it can be read stand alone. This was a great novella. The cast makes up for very entertaining reading. This was a fun read and the cozy mystery aspect was really good. QUICK SKETCH by Larissa Reinhart This is the one novella in the trio that I liked the least. This may be because I hve read all the books in this series and for me it has gone downhill after the second book. Cherry just doesn't seem to grow out of her naivete and for me it's getting too annoying. Add Todd to the mix and its just wasn't my cup of tea. DATELINE MEMPHIS by LynDee Walker This was my favorite novella. I have been following this series and I really enjoy it. The only thing I would like is for the love triangle to be resolved sooner rather than later. I think there are too many of this amateur sleuth/cozy mysteries that nowadays rely on teh love triangle. I get it, but the recipe is the same in all. One good guy and a bad boy. Anyways, other than that this was a fun read. Only Nichelle can manage to be on vacation and land in the middle of a crime scene.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Guy

    This is a fabulous collection of novellas that all tie in together in a round about way. I had read the first two Cherry Tucker Mysteries so I had to give this one a go and I have one of of Terri's books on my nook waiting to be read. As I was familiar with those two authors, those were the short stories that I enjoyed the most. My favorite was Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers. There's something about a story with Elvis impersonators that you just can't help but love. Quick Sketch is a must read for This is a fabulous collection of novellas that all tie in together in a round about way. I had read the first two Cherry Tucker Mysteries so I had to give this one a go and I have one of of Terri's books on my nook waiting to be read. As I was familiar with those two authors, those were the short stories that I enjoyed the most. My favorite was Diners Keepers, Losers Weepers. There's something about a story with Elvis impersonators that you just can't help but love. Quick Sketch is a must read for anyone following the Cherry Tucker series. It gives that little back story on Cherry and Todd and the events that led up to their brief marriage. Dateline Memphis was another great story, but I didn't connect as well with Nichelle as I did the leads in the other two stories (series) I may come back and re-read this story after I read Buried Leads. If you are a cozy mystery lover, I can't recommend any book more, because you are going to be introduced to three great authors and their series. (I <3 Cherry Tucker!) I really think the premise of setting these stories around a (flea bag?) motel in Memphis and of course Elvis Presley.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Randee Baty

    What fun! Three of the most clever and entertaining cozy mystery writers working today have teamed up to put together 3 stories, each using their signature sleuth, set in the same setting but not overlapping. The cozy reader’s dream. All three stories are set in the Heartache Motel in Memphis, TN at Christmas time. In Diners Keepers, Loser’s Weepers the crew from Diner Impossible by Terri L. Austin gets in the middle of an Elvis impersonator contest complete with dead bodies. In Quick Sketch by L What fun! Three of the most clever and entertaining cozy mystery writers working today have teamed up to put together 3 stories, each using their signature sleuth, set in the same setting but not overlapping. The cozy reader’s dream. All three stories are set in the Heartache Motel in Memphis, TN at Christmas time. In Diners Keepers, Loser’s Weepers the crew from Diner Impossible by Terri L. Austin gets in the middle of an Elvis impersonator contest complete with dead bodies. In Quick Sketch by Larissa Reinhart, Cherry Tucker and her boyfriend Todd try to help Todd’s cousin with an illegal poker game and, of course, that’s sure to turn out well! In Dateline Memphis, Richmond Telegraph reporter Nichelle Clarke gets a lot more than she bargained for when she takes a tour of Graceland to get a souvenir for her mom. This last one is my personal favorite. I really love the Nichelle Clarke series. All three of these are fun, smart and well-written. If you are a fan of any of these authors or a fan of cozies that are just slightly on the sharper edge of cozy, I can definitely recommend this. Provided by Netgalley for an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kate Lansing

    Such a fun collection of cozy mystery novellas! It's Christmas-time in Nashville and the Elvis-themed Heartache Motel is attracting all sorts of interesting characters. I've read Terri L. Austin's and LynDee Walker's work before so especially enjoyed learning extra tidbits about their amateur sleuths. The Heartache Motel became a character in and of itself, and was the common thread that tied these three novellas together. I was most impressed with the authors' abilities to write fully developed Such a fun collection of cozy mystery novellas! It's Christmas-time in Nashville and the Elvis-themed Heartache Motel is attracting all sorts of interesting characters. I've read Terri L. Austin's and LynDee Walker's work before so especially enjoyed learning extra tidbits about their amateur sleuths. The Heartache Motel became a character in and of itself, and was the common thread that tied these three novellas together. I was most impressed with the authors' abilities to write fully developed mysteries in such a short amount of time and really liked that each one was different (murder mystery, illegal poker game, and a stolen Elvis artifact). While each mystery was enjoyable, my favorite was LynDee Walker's Dateline Memphis for Nichelle's witty voice and the sense of urgency from her ever-present deadline. I kinda wish I'd read this at Christmas, but that didn't detract from my enjoyment. I highly recommend to those who enjoy cozy mysteries, humor, and Elvis.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Judy Sheluk

    I'm going to be a bit picky here, because this was billed as an "interconnected" book of 3 stories, and while there is a common thread in the hotel, they are most definitely not interconnected - certainly not in the same way as Henery Press' Other People's Baggage is (a great read, if you haven't found it). That said, the individual stories are quite good in their own right. Each of the three writers brings their own twist on visiting Graceland, and they are talented authors worth reading. This b I'm going to be a bit picky here, because this was billed as an "interconnected" book of 3 stories, and while there is a common thread in the hotel, they are most definitely not interconnected - certainly not in the same way as Henery Press' Other People's Baggage is (a great read, if you haven't found it). That said, the individual stories are quite good in their own right. Each of the three writers brings their own twist on visiting Graceland, and they are talented authors worth reading. This book also serves as an introduction to their other works -- I've read Larrisa Reinhart's Cherry Tucker mysteries and enjoyed them, but this was my first introduction to Teri Austin and LynDee Walker's series, and I plan to read more. This is probably a five-star collection for lovers of Elvis and Elvis drag queens. For everyone else, a light read and a well earned 4.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Lytwyn

    I really enjoyed the first and third novellas in the book. They both caught my attention from the start and held it until the last page. I struggled a bit with the second novella. One of the reasons might be that I'm really not interested in poker and another reason may be that the main character always seemed like she didn't want to be there so it made you feel like you didn't want to be there. I will definitely be checking out other works from all 3 authors to see what other gems I can find. I really enjoyed the first and third novellas in the book. They both caught my attention from the start and held it until the last page. I struggled a bit with the second novella. One of the reasons might be that I'm really not interested in poker and another reason may be that the main character always seemed like she didn't want to be there so it made you feel like you didn't want to be there. I will definitely be checking out other works from all 3 authors to see what other gems I can find.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    The Heartache Motel is a kitschy, Elvis themed motel in Memphis. Run by drag queens and suffering from neglect the Heartache has somehow managed to attract three of Henery Press's most entertaining female detectives. The three stories (almost novellas) take place at different times, but always during the Christmas holidays. They are well written, well edited, and entertaining. I can definitely recommend Heartache Motel if you are looking for a fun Christmas read. ARC provided by the publisher via N The Heartache Motel is a kitschy, Elvis themed motel in Memphis. Run by drag queens and suffering from neglect the Heartache has somehow managed to attract three of Henery Press's most entertaining female detectives. The three stories (almost novellas) take place at different times, but always during the Christmas holidays. They are well written, well edited, and entertaining. I can definitely recommend Heartache Motel if you are looking for a fun Christmas read. ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    I honestly loved the setting of the book. It was different and comical. The drag queens were hilarious. The first story was definitely my favorite just because I loved the characters more. However, all the stories were pretty well written and told a good story. It's a little short but I would definitely recommend this to someone who wants a good quick read. Unlike a lot of other shorter stories, the characters were fleshed out and really brought to life. I honestly loved the setting of the book. It was different and comical. The drag queens were hilarious. The first story was definitely my favorite just because I loved the characters more. However, all the stories were pretty well written and told a good story. It's a little short but I would definitely recommend this to someone who wants a good quick read. Unlike a lot of other shorter stories, the characters were fleshed out and really brought to life.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Gigi

    This collection of interrelated novellas is a perfect introduction to three humorous heroines -- waitress Rose Strickland, portrait artist Cherry Tucker, and reporter Nichelle Clarke -- who unravel mysteries involving missing jewels, a poker sting, and a heist at Graceland. (I received an advance copy of the book.)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Roswita

    I picked this up because I had previously read the stories from one of the authors and when I saw this one come out I had to have it for my collection. You can't collect only some of an author's work, after all! Well, thanks to this book I now have two other authors I have to collect, so I'm going to be a bit busy for a while. Later! I picked this up because I had previously read the stories from one of the authors and when I saw this one come out I had to have it for my collection. You can't collect only some of an author's work, after all! Well, thanks to this book I now have two other authors I have to collect, so I'm going to be a bit busy for a while. Later!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Loved this collection of short stories by three of my favorite authors. Ms. Austin, Ms. Reinhart and Ms. Walker show their authoring prowess in this Christmas anthology featuring Elvis. What could be better? These ladies have a fantastic future in the literary world. A most enjoyable read!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I liked that the three stories were tied together. It was nice to revisit Nichelle. I would like to read more about Rose but in the actual diner setting. The authors got that side of Memphis correct- with the seedy part of town and the bars on the windows.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Atkinson

    I really enjoyed this book I liked how all 3 stories were about the heartache motel and there were some of same things such as the desk clerk and bar.this book is worth reading in my opinion my mom an elvis fan will like it to...

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