Back from his tour of duty in Germany Elvis Aron Presley just isn't turned on by the music any more. Not the way he used to be. Between dealing with his Machiavellian manager, the hangers-on and childhood pals crowding Graceland, and his own propensity for gobbling down fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches, the King tries desperately to get his heart back into rock and roll. But how can the King sing when young girls - the presidents of his fans clubs - are dying all over Tennessee? Elvis suspects foul play. To prove it, and to find the killer, he'll need to navigate the resentment, squareness, and bigotry that hound-dog him at every turn. Only by allying himself with a self-taught doctor in a small black community, his alluring - and forbidden - nurse, and a mysterious early Elvis impersonator, can Presley hope to Take Care of Business in time to save the next victim.