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Elvis And Gladys: The Genesis Of The King
Dundy, Elaine (1986)

Futura Publications Limited , London (UK)
paperback , 362 pages , 19.7 x 12.7 x 2.4 cm , 0.281 kg
ISBN-10: 0-7088-3087-0 , ISBN-13: 978-0-7088-3087-1

Category: Biographies
Language: English
Description: This book reconstructs, for the first time, the extraordinary role of Elvis' mother, Gladys, played in the the formative years of Elvis' life. The author interviewd over one hundred people about Elvis and Gladys, many of whom grew up with Elvis.
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This book has been rated by 6 person(s), 6 of them have read this book.
Their average rating is 8.7.
Their comments:

" The best researched book on Elvis on the market. A must for any E Fan. The Bible for Elvis history. "

" I loved this book, it gives you insite to Elvis growing up, and his familys past. "

" One of the best Elvis books ever written. (Very) interesting for both the fans and the others. Truly reflects a time and relationship that would influence Elvis his whole life through. Very well written, deep, bright, sometimes funny and sometimes heartbreaking this book is incredibly well documented and reveals what only few people, including Elvis, knew before. A perfect biography. "

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