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The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story Of Colonel Tom Parker And Elvis Presley
Nash, Alanna (2003)

Simon & Schuster , New York (NY)
hardback with dust jacket , 394 pages , 24.1 x 16.5 x 3.1 cm , 0.696 kg
ISBN-10: 0-7432-1301-7 , ISBN-13: 978-0-7432-1301-1

Category: Biographies
Language: English
Description: The book sheds light on the relationship between Elvis Presley and his manager Colonel Tom Parker, who brought Elvis worldwide fame but also made him pay tribute.
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This book has been rated by 4 person(s), 3 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 4.0.
Their comments:

" raises more questions about the coloniel that answers...what is this about a murder in Holland?? The Coloniel was a complex man, and at least this book reaffirms that. M from TN "

" another 9, well I enjoy Allanna's style of writing, and as the other comment above the murder in Holland has been the one thing that stuck in my mind. The murderer scattered pepper to foil the police dogs pick up a scent trail. I thought Parker would have thought of that. wow! .MB. "

" I will buy it and read it through "

" a typical fiction nash "

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