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10 November 2002

A new book to be released in March 2003 is Viva Las Vengeance by Daniel Klein. Mr. Klein already published two books: Kill Me Tender (2000) and Blue Suede Clues (2002). All three books are crime stories featuring Elvis.



Sources:
www.elvisdetective.com
www.amazon.com


10 November 2002

A new book to be released in December 2002 is Elvis in Hawaii by Jerry Hopkins.



Sources:
www.elvisinhawaii.com


6 November 2002

Just received the book Eating the Elvis Way by David Adler. There is nothing new in this book if you have the book The Life and Cuisine of Elvis Presley. This was published by Alder in 1995. The new edition is a bad (photo-) copy of the original one: pictures are much darker compared to the 1995 edition. In the 1995 edition also the pages were lined with green bands and strings. Otherwise, the text is still the same. Save your money if you have the original one.


2 November 2002

Elvis, the #1 Hits by Hal Leonard Publishing. Sheet music which accompanies the CD released in September 2002. Together with the book Elvis: The #1 Hits - The Secret History Of The Classics by Patrick Humphries this makes the story complete.
Note: If you have the set Anthology Vols. 1&2, the only new sheet music is 'A Little Less Conversation'.
(Sources: www.proxis.be, www.halleonard.com)


2002

Elvis Presley - The Power And The Persecution by Gerry McLafferty


This book is out for some time, but was noticed only recently.

'Elvis Presley, the most successful recording artist in music history, was a very complex individual. Defied to an extraordinary degree by adoring crowds, he was vilified by music critics, contemporaries and Hollywood insiders not only during his lifetime, but in the years since his tragic death.
The work explores why Presley, an incredibly gifted entertainer, appealed to the masses whilst at the same time incurring the wrath of an all-powerful media. Also under examination is the unscrupulous management which curtailed Presley's own artistic ambitions, and included is a chronological account of Presley's incomparable recording output and how it achieved commercial success unrivalled to this day.
A fresh, highly engaging new biography, this is a book which dispels many misconceptions about the star's private life, and throws new light on his career. Presented in four sections, each dealing with a particular aspect of Elvis's life, and supplemented by a selection of photographs, this should appeal to readers generally as well as to his many millions of fans throughout the world'.


Release date: february 2001
Source: Elvis Presley Film Society, Elvis News.com


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