Elvis Slaughter continues to grow as an author in unexpected ways. Spector might be his most compelling and thought-provoking work yet.
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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Chicago, Illinois Mar 30, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – An encounter as a child, which when reflected on can’t be easily explained. Was it imagination? A killer? A ghost? Or something else. Or elements of all the above? And what happens when this “Spector” returns when the child has become a man, again under mysterious circumstances? All this and much more are nearly guaranteed to have readers at the edge of their seats, as Elvis Slaughter delivers his new book, Spector. Based on a true story. And not to be missed.
Fans and followers of Elvis’s past work will feel right at home. Spector is just as spectacular and chilling as Elvis’ previous fiction Egomaniac, which had characters mysteriously murdered in a town with deeply prejudiced roots. With the current issues surrounding race in recent months, Elvis’ thoughts on these areas expressed in Egomaniac will definitely be valued by many. His new mystery book shares themes with his last novel “Egomaniac: Was It Murder or Suicide?” that was published in 2016.
Spector in paperback format (ISBN: 9781736050606, $12.00), and available at Amazon.com.
For more information and to order, be sure to visit https://worldpresspublishing.org
About the Author
Elvis Slaughter, MSCJ, is an educator, criminologist, speaker, consultant, author of ten books, and many published articles. He has taught criminal justice at the college level as a part-time criminal justice instructor.
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