Elvis – Lisa Marie Presley’s posthumous autobiography title and cover unveiled | Books | Entertainment

Before her sudden death at just 54 last year, Lisa Marie Presley had been working on her memoir with her eldest daughter Riley Keough.

The highly-anticipated work will delve into the late star’s childhood with her father Elvis Presley, who died when she was just nine to her four failed marriages including to Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage.

No doubt her story will have plenty of highs too amid the difficulties of fame and the tragedy of her son Benjamin’s death at just 27.

Today the cover has been unveiled as a photograph of her as a little girl on the King’s lap.

Meanwhile, the posthumous autobiography is called Here to the Great Unknown.

Presumably, this is a reference to Lisa Marie’s life (here) to that undiscovered country that is death. But it’s also a reference to a song.

A few years ago Lisa Marie had a virtual duet with Elvis on the track Where No One Stand Alone, which features the lyrics “Come here to the great unknown”.

Aside from the title and cover reveal ahead of publication in October, Graceland made a special announcement.

The Elvis estate shared: “Graceland is excited to announce that fans who pre-order their copy of the memoir through ShopGraceland.com will receive a lithograph, autographed by @rileykeough. Special lithograph image to be revealed soon.”

From Here to the Great Unknown by Lisa Marie Presley and Riley Keough is published on October 15.

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