Letters from Elvis may be the most important and revealing book ever written about ‘The King.’ It is based on material contained in hundreds of handwritten and authenticated letters that Elvis and his friends—Marlon Brando, Harry Belafonte and Tom Jones—secretly wrote to their spiritual guide, Carmen Montez. Never has such an intimately revealing collection of letters surfaced about such a well-known celebrity.
Letters from Elvis is an explosive revelation of Elvis’s inner life, an exposé of heinous Hollywood crimes that targeted Elvis, a touching tale of friendship, an eerie ghost story, and a series of startling new Elvis mysteries. Because rigorous copyright laws prevent direct publication of the actual letters, the book also tells the story of the author’s thirty-year struggle to bring this information to light.
Gary Lindberg has spent forty years as a filmmaker and the last ten years writing and publishing books. As an author, he has written four consecutive Amazon #1 bestselling novels: The Shekinah Legacy; Sons of Zadok; Deeper and Deeper; and Ollie’s Cloud. With his mother, Elayne Lindberg, he co-authored a nonfiction book entitled The Power of Positive Handwriting. He is the co-founder of Calumet Editions, a publisher of fiction and nonfiction.
As an award-winning filmmaker, he has written, produced and/or directed countless corporate films, TV commercials, music videos and entertainment movies. He co-wrote and produced That Was Then, This Is Now, a Paramount feature film starring Emilio Estevez and Morgan Freeman. He has won over 100 national and international awards for his work in media, including two Grand Awards from the New York International Film Festival.