This is the only authorized biography of the charismatic superstar, Frank Sinatra. Told by his daughter, Nancy Sinatra, with unabashed love and surprising candor, this memoir captures the understanding and depth of feeling that could only come from someone so closely linked. Accounts of her father's rise to fame as a hit singer, movie star, and international celebrity are as detailed as the stories of scandalous divorces, her brother's kidnapping, the false rumors of Mafia connections, and more.
"Sinatra The legend lives on. Truly his brother's keeper rest in peace my friend."
With the help and full cooperation of friends, family and associates, Nancy Sinatra has compiled an incredible, in depth look at the life of this fascinating performer. Listen to Frank himself on the subject of Ol' Blue Eyes, alongside the greats who have always surrounded him: from his early days on the radio with Tommy Dorsey; entertaining troops with Bob Hope; on stage with Sammy Davis Jr. and Bing Crosby; and even a rare recording on the subject of politics with John F. Kennedy.