When David Stanley was just four years old, his mother married Vernon Presley. For the next seventeen years he called the Graceland Mansion home and new Elvis Presley as a big brother and friend. Life With Elvis is an incident biography of the man became the King of rock 'n' roll to millions of people. From the excitement of fast cars and motorcycles, sex and drugs on tour - to violence, despair and the site of Elvis's body face down on the bathroom floor - David Stanley paints an honest, compassionate picture of the greatest reduced to pathos. He also tells his own story as Elvis's bodyguard. Caught up in the comment that was Elvis, he gave way to every impulse a generous salary and a loving brother could allow. The death of his hero nearly killed David Stanley, too, until he discovered that the tragedy of Elvis signaled a new beginning for himself. --- from book's back cover
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Descripción MARC Europe, 1987. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110947697802