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Down At The End Of Lonely Street: The Life And Death Of Elvis Presley
Brown, Peter Harry ; Broeske, Pat H. (1997)

Dutton , New York (NY)
hardback with dust jacket , 524 pages , 23.5 x 16.2 x 4.4 cm , 0.895 kg
ISBN-10: 0-525-94246-7 , ISBN-13: 978-0-525-94246-7

Category: Biographies
Language: English
Description: One of the better biographies about Elvis. Includes black and white photographs and an extensive bibliography.
Source(s): Cover, info and description : ElvisBooks

This book has been rated by 5 person(s), 5 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 7.6.
Their comments:

" Not a bad biography of Elvis, a bit truncated and maybe a little distanced at times, but overall not too bad...it's decent M from TN "

" Just behind the Peter Guralnick books, worth a read. "

" Just about the best EP biography ever written together with Guralnick's books, whose influence is obvious in this large book. For once witnesses are solid. The only average thing about this book is the authors' lack of warmth and passion. They deal with the facts and only the facts (some of them revealed for the first time) and tell them like historians would. Overall a must have for every fan! "

(Rates and comments received between November 2, 2002 and March 12, 2014)
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