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  • Elvis Road
    This long, speechless comic is read as one 20-foot foldout page; it's half Saul Steinberg on drugs, half insane doodle.
    12/31/2007
  • Elvis Presley's Love Me Tender
    An Elvis CD is included.
    04/01/2003
  • Elvis Presley's the First Noel [With CD the First Noel]
    A CD containing Elvis Presley's tender 1971 recording of a beloved Christmas carol accompanies this picture book, which pairs the lyrics with Whatley's (The Night Before Christmas, above) reverent paintings of the Nativity.
    10/04/1999
  • Elvis
    script reads more like a Wikipedia bibliography, listing every album with Elvis’s name on it in clusters of seven or eight, with vague descriptors like “grand” and “excellent” (though the lack of precision could be attributed to translator Johnson).
    10/10/2016
  • The Elvis Encyclopedia
    But nonfans will marvel at such meticulously researched entries as “Religion” (a vision of “Stalin and Jesus in a high bank of cloud” made Elvis consider “joining a monastery”), as well as a comprehensive state-by-state list of “Hotels Where Elvis Stayed.”
    10/06/2008
  • ELVIS IN THE MORNING
    Orson Killere is 14 when his socialist convictions get him caught stealing Elvis albums from the U.S.
    05/14/2001
  • Elvis a Celebration: Images of Elvis Presley from the Elvis Presley Archive at Graceland
    In time for the 25th anniversary of his death, the king of rock is memorialized in Elvis: A Celebration, a photo book featuring over 600 images of Presley throughout his life.
    08/01/2002
  • Elvis After Elvis: The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend
    So rather than asking questions about why Elvis remains important (like Greil Marcus's Mystery Train) or giving examples of wacky Elvis icons, sightings, invocations and jokes since Elvis's death (like Marcus's Dead Elvis) or examining evidence that for some fans, Elvi
    11/04/1996
  • Elvis the Gunslinger
    This leads Elvis to investigate a ransom catnapping of the Pusserschmott heir and his wife.
    05/08/2017
  • Elvis & Glady
    Examining in detail the "powerful'' relationship between Elvis and his mother, Gladys Presley, British writer Dundy provides an absorbing and insightful portrait of Elvis's boyhood in Tupelo, Miss.
    04/01/1986
  • Elvis in the Army
    Taylor says Elvis is remembered by all who served with him as a fine young man who did his job to the best of his ability and tried to stay out of the limelight.
    12/30/1996
  • Elvis Is Back!
    That's Elvis Cole, Robert Crais's popular L.A. private eye, who returns after two successful stand-alone thrillers published in the last two years, Hostage and Demolition Angel.
    03/03/2003
  • The Ultimate Elvis: Elvis Presley Day by Day
    Topics exhaustively covered include Elvis impersonators, Elvis's telephone numbers and addresses and women in his life.
    08/01/1994
  • The Death of Elvis
    Fans hungry for gory particulars about Elvis's death may be morbidly fascinated, but most readers will find this report extremely disagreeable.
    12/01/1990
  • Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink
    Declan Patrick McManus, aka Elvis Costello, had music in his blood.
    09/21/2015

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