Just any untruths, if there are any.
I would,if they were Sinatra fans.
It did but at some points got old and repetitious.
I did not know all this about Frank Sinatra. I knew of the possible mafia ties, but not of the spoiled kid that grew to a spoiled old man. The pain he caused many people around him and strangers. I liked the book, there were a lot of references, but Kitty Kelley was a name I was told not to trust. By The end of the book I wish I could go back in time and punch a young Frank Sinatra in the face and put him in his place.
Mainly the tales of old Hollywood and one of my top five favorite actors
No, it seems he spent more time talking about his sexuality and unknown sources than the actor himself.
I rather like the writer reading their own words, it makes it more enjoyable
It made me feel sorry for Cary Grant who is not around to deny or at least learn where this author got his information from. He sounded too much like a tabloid journalist than a factual author.
Over all I enjoyed the majority of the story, whether he was gay, bisexual or straight, it would never change my opinion of a man I've long admired and respected.
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