Elvis Aaron Presley: Revelations From the Memphis Mafia

Alana Nash with Billy Smith, Marty Lacker and Lamar Fike

An oral biography on the “King of Rock’n’Roll,” as told by the likes of Marty Lacker, Billy Smith, and Lamar Fike, three of Elvis’ closest friends. Full of dirt any true Elvis fan could appreciate, this tell-all read takes a look into the obscure sexual fetishes and the rumors about the King’s not being the most hygienic man in the world. Also filled with tales of Elvis’ absurd public characteristics and infamous meetings with celebrities whom Elvis always thoughtlessly insulted. TD

Publisher: HarperCollins
Hardback: 792 pages

Sabotage in the American Workplace

Martin Sprouse

True stories of how some working Americans have managed to wreak havoc on their places of employment—profiles of a stripper, a waiter, a computer programmer, a retail employee, a mortuary worker, a welfare caseworker, a fish canner, a bus driver and a pickle packer. “I always steal from work because no matter how great the place is, they're always going to fuck you over at some point. It's just a question of when.” TD

Publisher: Pressure Drop
Paperback: 175 pages