My Boy Elvis by Sean O'Neal
The Colonel Tom Parker Story

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Elvis is one of the most successful performers ever. It is also widely known that Colonel Tom Parker was the brains behind the success. But the full truth about Elvis and the Colonel has never before been told, until this book. My Boy Elvis: The Colonel Tom Parker Story details the Colonel's dirty dealings and greedy negotiations.

This book reveals the many sides of an illegal immigrant (Colonel Tom Parker) who became the manager of the most famous entertainer of all time. While reading this biography of the Colonel, even the most devoted Elvis fan will learn previously unrevealed facts about "The King," his meteoric rise to fame, and the subsequent demise of his estate.

Sean O'Neal has written: Elvis Inc.: The Fall and Rise of the Presley Empire and Elvis, The Lost Photographs. Mr. O'Neal's work has also appeared in national publications.


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Published June 1, 1998 by Barricade Books. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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In The Quotable King (Cumberland House, $8.95, 188895244X) Elvis's words pop-out as categorized by Elizabeth McKeon and Linda Everett in chapters such as Early Elvis, Meet the Press, and Elvis on Elvis.

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