Elvis, Linda and Me

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AuthorHouse, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 142 pages
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This special, limited edition, features 70 Full-Color, Never-Before-Seen Photos from Graceland. Millions of Elvis fans all over the world fantasized what it would have been like to know "The King." Jeanne LeMay Dumas lived that dream. As Miss Rhode Island, Jeanne met Miss Tennessee Linda Thompson at the 1972 Miss USA Pageant. Striking up an instant friendship, Jeanne moved to Memphis and lived with Linda. As fate would have it, the two young beauties soon met Elvis Presley, and within a few months, Linda moved into Graceland as Elvis's girlfriend. An unforgettable four-and-half-year odyssey had begun... In Elvis, Linda & Me, Dumas offers an intimate portrait of her relationship with Elvis and Linda, recounting the night Linda met Elvis to their breakup just months before Elvis's death. Jeanne saw it all she toured the country with Elvis, worked as one of his secretaries in the office behind Graceland, and even threw sleepovers at Graceland with Thompson. Elvis, Linda & Me recalls...

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Jeanne This Is Linda Thompson
Come on Linda Lets Go up to My Bedroom
Linda Moves into Graceland
Christmas with Elvis
Elvis Wants You to Come to Work for Him
He Says Its All Prescription Medicine
Oh Jeanne It Was Terrible

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In 1972 Jeanne LeMay was named Miss Rhode Island Universe and went on to Puerto Rico to compete in the Miss USA Pageant. It was here that she met Linda Thompson, who was Miss Tennessee. The two were assigned as roommates and immediately became close friends. A month later Jeanne moved to Memphis at Lindas request, and so began the fairy tale portion of her life.Jeanne and Linda were invited to meet Elvis Presley one night, and Linda and Elvis clicked. She later moved into Graceland, where she remained for almost 5 years. Jeanne was privileged to accompany Elvis and Linda on the tour circuit and later went to work for Elvis as one of his secretaries. Elviss generosity extended to Jeanne as he gifted her with a diamond ring, a watch, and a car. She also was afforded the privilege of being able to stay at Graceland with Linda when Elvis was out of town. It was during these visits that she was able to take the much-sought-after photos of the upstairs of Graceland. After much urging by her friends, Jeanne has told her story and shared her very special pictures so that the fans will know more about the man who became the greatest entertainer of the 20th century.

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