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An American Idol F.C. Henderson

An American Idol

F.C. Henderson

Published August 8th 2014
ISBN : 9781500450854
Paperback
196 pages
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Jeremy London was signed to an exclusive recording contract after becoming the latest AMERICAN IDOL. The television program had been the springboard to fame and fortune for a number of recent contestants. If the young singer had looked at hisMoreJeremy London was signed to an exclusive recording contract after becoming the latest AMERICAN IDOL. The television program had been the springboard to fame and fortune for a number of recent contestants. If the young singer had looked at his contract more closely he would have seen hidden in the small print a clause that effectively turned over artistic license of his music to the CEO of his record company. Elliot Prince, the man who signed Jeremy to that contract, was CEO of Head-Hunter Media Group. Head-Hunter had become the most successful recording company in the industry. Elliot was also a high ranking member of an ultra-secret society called The Illuminati. It was The Princes intention to use Jeremys music to spread the Illuminati message to millions of unsuspecting fans. Subliminally of course! The method had been perfected. Through CDs, videos, and live appearances by the biggest names in the business music lovers were being subjected to an onslaught of mind control. All without suspecting a thing. When Jeremy realizes whats going on he balks. The AMERICAN IDOL attempts to regain control of his music. A fatal mistake, as it were. His body is discovered on Christmas morning hanging by the neck off the end of the Main Street Pier in Daytona Beach, Florida. After a brief autopsy the medical examiner rules the death a suicide. Homicide detective Spider Will Durance is tasked with breaking the news to the famous singers parents, who live in the area. The young mans mother is adamant her son was murdered. Her convictions cause the detective to consider the possibility. Jeremys mother believes the men responsible for her sons death might attend his funeral service. She comes prepared to make things right. When her shots miss their target she herself is killed by a police department employee who attended the funeral service out of respect. It falls on Jeremy Londons father to make things right. After studying some of his deceased wifes notes he discovers the truth about his famous sons death. London chooses to make his presence known on the very stage where his son won his title as, AMERICAN IDOL