A fascinating, fully-illustrated book on the King by a man many consider to be the best rock-and-roll writer in the country. In this straightforward biography, Marsh discards the prevalent extreme myths about Presley and presents the truth about the reclusive, contradictory, and endlessly fascinating man.
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