Coral Press, 2001 - 390 pages
Both a love story and a mystery, this book features a runaway girl, a down-at-its-heels roadhouse, a hot-headed sax player, a tormented recordman, a drop-in from Elvis Presley, and a magical car. It is tinged with magic and mojo and goes far behind the music to tell one of the great lost stories of rock 'n' roll.
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PINK CADILLACUser Review - Kirkus
A "musical novel" about the blues and Elvis from short-fiction writer and poet Dunn pays dutiful homage to the birth of rock'n'roll through romance and a roadhouse murder mystery—but without a whole ... Read full review
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