It's definitely Albert Goldman's "Elvis". I (mostly) agree about his judgement of Elvis personality, but his stories are a complete fabrication. Things that happend only once or twice become regular happenings, he puts things together that happened in different years and he discribes negative things on a lot of pages and other things, that don't fit into his view of the king, are told in a few words.
If you know a lot about Elvis his book is funny to read, but if you have not too much knowledge of the life of Elvis, you'll get a completely wrong impression of our man.
Journalism means something different to me.