Elvis has left the building
March 3, 1960. Prestwick airport, Scotland. Elvis Presley steps on to British soil for the first and only time. Davey Mitchell, an Elvis-mad fan, and one of the lucky few to meet the King that night, goes missing.
August 17, 1977. Seventeen years later his wife Marie also mysteriously disappears on the very day that Elvis dies at his Graceland mansion in Memphis.
25 years on, their son Aaron finally receives a lead out of the blue, from a stranger claiming to know the secret behind their disappearances.
Aaron, a ruthless tabloid journalist whose own life is spiralling out of control, sets out to solve the mystery. Plunged into a web of deceit, corruption and murder, he finds himself in mortal danger, his life threatened by a dark secret from the past. The hunter has become the hunted.
FRANK WORRALL is a Fleet Street journalist. He has written 12 bestselling sports biogs - this is his first novel. 'A brilliant page turner' - Duncan Williams, The Independent. 'Great debut novel' - Ben Felsenburg, Metro
Published: 13 October 2012