With three steamy books by the women in Elvis's life already published (1997's Elvis: In the Twilight of Memory
by June Juanico; Priscilla Beaulieu Presley's 1991 tell-all, Elvis and Me
; and Joyce Bova's Don't Ask Forever: My Love Affair with Elvis
), can the world absorb another? Suzanne Finstad, author of Child Bride: The Untold Story of Priscilla Beaulieu Presley
, certainly hopes so.
With as many darkly intriguing details as the chambers of Graceland, Finstad--journalist, lawyer, and author of two true-crime books--defends her own theories on the complexity and grit of the former Mrs. Presley. Why did she conspire with her mother to keep her paternity a secret? How old was she when she took up with the King? Suzanne Finstad treats us to her own exhaustively researched version of the facts.
From Library Journal
More on Elvis? Yes, more on Elvis?with a different slant from books like Brown and Broeske's, previewed above. Finstad, a writer for Cosmopolitan and Mademoiselle who also has a law degree, here details the life of Elvis's "child bride," Priscilla.
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