The Elvis Encyclopedia

The Complete and Definitive Reference Book on the King of Rock & Roll

The Elvis Encyclopedia
Format: Hardback, 287 Pages
ISBN: 9781572153196
Publisher: JG Press
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Sixteen years after his sudden death, Elvis Presley is more popular than ever. This first complete and authenticated compendium contains everything there is to know about the King's personal life, presented in riveting detail by David Stanley--Elvis's stepbrother--who lived with Elvis for 17 years at Graceland. 200 photos. Four-color throughout.

The author

David Stanley was a toddler when he moved into Graceland after his mother Dee married Elvis' father Vernon. He is an internationally known speaker and co-author of the bestseller Elvis, We Love You Tender. He has appeared frequently in national print and broadcast media.

New York City journalist and screenwriter with twenty fiction and nonfiction books to his credit.

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Format: Hardback, 287 Pages
ISBN: 9781572153196
Illustrations: 400
Size: 9.5 in x 10.25 in x 1 in / 241.3 mm x 260.35 mm x 25.4 mm
Edition: First Edition

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