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Queen Cilla of Memphis,
This review is from: Elvis and Me (Hardcover)
A fluffy, Hollywood tinged look at Priscilla's life with Elvis. A very scant tome, when all is said and done, not much substance or depth. A glossy look at life with the King.
This came at a time when Albert Goldman's assualt in the form of his book Elvis was on the market for a couple of years and Priscilla felt that she had to paint a more wholesome picture of Elvis (probably to keep business at Graceland going).
It reads like a Danielle Steele book. If you're looking for something with a bit more bite, try Revelations from the Memphis Mafia. Not that you want to read something which dishes the dirt but this is very scant. She was, after all, the ex-wife, not the widow.