Spector is a fictionalized memoir based on a true story
by Melanie Jongsma
LANSING, Ill. (November 20, 2020) – Lansing resident Elvis Slaughter released his new book, Spector, on November 13, Friday the 13th. The book retells a personal memory through the eyes of the main character, William Washington, a young boy in Mississippi.
Slaughter describes the book as “a must-read memoir for anyone having to steer through the healthcare system and a wakeup call for healthcare service providers.”
Spector is available as a paperback from Amazon.com.
About the author
Elvis Slaughter, MSCJ, is an educator, consultant, publisher, retired sheriff’s superintendent, former fire and police commissioner, and author of nine books. His other titles include Egomaniac, Safer Jail, and Preschool to Prison.
SPECTOR sounds really interesting to me. I had no idea he was an author. He has written a few books, as this link will show:
I like to study good writing, so I think I may be reading through the Elvis Slaughter list.
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