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go-go dancing for Elvis

go-go dancing for Elvis is a poetry collection by Leslie Greentree.

Leslie Greentree

go-go dancing for Elvis by Leslie Greentree is the story of two sisters: the beautiful sister, who travels the States as a dancer for an Elvis impersonator, and her more conventional sister, who stays home and renovates her house. It's a story of love, jealousy, betrayal and the people who used to have our phone numbers. Most of all it's a story about Hawkeye Pierce and power tools. (From Frontenac House)

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