Fine. Book. Inscribed by Author(s) Raised on a Shuswap Indian Reserve in British Columbia, Morris Bates improbably became the first professional Elvis impersonator, playing the Las Vegas Strip for 10 years after the King's death. He appeared on stage at the Silver Slipper, the Landmark, and Vegas World, and gave command performances throughout the Orient, South Africa, and South America. In the 1990s he retired to Vancouver as a native youth counselor and testified at the infamous Pickton murder trial. The pages are very tight and very clean, we found NO MARKS. Our books are guaranteed and ship the day they're sold; from Bellingham, Wa. in the USA. "Don't just recycle-Re-Use! ! " (Inventory Subject to Prior Sale)
Very Good + No Jacket as Issued. Book Minor edge wear; otherwise a solid, clean copy with no marking or underlining; collectible condition; well illustrated with both black and white and colour photographs; B.C. Book Prize sticker on front cover.
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