I just got the book careless love(The making of elvis presley) hope its a good one.
I just finished Elvis,Linda and Me....hopefully will get to read Elvis and Kathy soon!
"Its An Elvis Thing Man, You Just Wouldn't Understand"
Well, i should start reading "Last train to memphis" soon, when i go on holiday.
I just finished Jerry Shilling's new book Me And A Guy Named Elvis. I liked it quite a lot. He admits Elvis' faults but is very gentle about them which I admire.
I'm reading this this week - mostly a picture book, but one of the best "photo biographies" of Elvis I have seen. Accompanying text is good too.
I've read Jerry's book Diane, and I too liked it. Am almost done with "Revelations From The Memphis Mafia" by Marty Lacker/Lamar Fike and Billy Smith, would recommend it to everyone. I have "Elvis, the biography" by Jerry Hopkins to read still, "Elvis, What Happened" to read still and "Elvis" by Albert Goldman to read still.....and then I have something a bit sweeter.....June Juanico's book to read. I also have, "Down At The End of Lonely Street" has anyone read that yet????? I know there is another thread on this subject, but so many posts are there and I lost track of the conversation.....lol.
oh and I also have Elvis World which is mostly pics and some ancedotes I guess......and then I have that HUGE photo book of Elvis that my friend got me a few years ago for my birthday, and I can't remember the name off the top of my head.
I have and have read all the books you mentioned Kelly except Down At The End of Lonely Street. Wish I could give some infor on it but I'm sure someone here will post some. I grab every and all I come across and can afford.
I've thought of that too Jen, but don't have much faith in what our library carries and hate to have to deal with the old unfriendly biddies we have in ours.
The last book I read was about solving the Jack the Ripper mystery by Patricia Cornwell. The last Elvis book I read was Shillings book.
Good idea Jen, I never thought of that.
The Patricia Cornwell book on Jack The Ripper sounds good KPM. If you haven't tried James Patterson, I think you'd like him.
I just started reading Careless Love.