The Boy Who Would Be King: An Intimate Portrait of Elvis Presley by His Cousin
Until now, Elvis Presley's family history and early years have remained largely unexplored. In The Boy Who Would Be King, Earl Greenwood probes the life and legends of Elvis from a unique perspective. As Elvis' cousin, he grew up alongside the young performer, later acting as press agent and confidant. Greenwood reveals personal insights and shared family secrets to paint a stunningly intimate and candid portrait of Elvis Presley from his boyhood in rural Tupelo, Mississippi, through his skyrocketing success and tragic death. Here are fascinating details and anecdotes known only to an intimate family member...Elvis' wildest dreams...his secret Hollywood romances...his most desperate struggles...his incredible life. This compelling biography gives another, different, more honest, more loving look at the boy who became the King of Rock 'n' Roll.