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Elvis And The Memphis Mafia
Nash, Alanna (2005)

Aurum Press , London (UK)
paperback , 830 pages , 19.7 x 13 x 5.3 cm , 0.549 kg
ISBN-10: 1-84513-128-2 , ISBN-13: 978-1-84513-128-9

Category: Memoirs and memories
Language: English
Description: Story of Elvis as told by the Memphis Mafia members Billy Smith, Marty Lacker and Lamar Fike. With 16-pages of B&W photographs from the private collections of Billy, Marty and Lamar, all captioned. Includes index of persons, no references.
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 7.2.
Their comments:

" A reprint of this book first published in 1993. Build as a conversation between some of Elvis' friends : Lamar Fike, Marty Lacker and his double first cousin Billy Smith. This book gives a better understanding of what it was to be around Elvis and why Lamar was not the most trustable source as far as Elvis' life. Particularly moving is Billy Smith's narration of Elvis's final years when he and his wife were almost the only remaining friends around him, the other guys being much younger and mainly employees. A big and powerful book. "

" Nicely written and I like how it makes the reader feel they are apart of the interview. You can see their anger towards the Col. and Priscilla "

" an 8, again I like Allanna's style, i also felt i was involved in the interview, which went deeper than the TV and Dvd documentaries I watched, plus the 3 MM, billy Smith, Lacker and Fike chat about the same incidents , people but dont always agree. good value for money. MB. "

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