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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. Listeners will treasure portions of this audio which feature actual recordings of Frank Sinatra, himself, relating the stories of his life.

©1987 Boots Enterprises (P)1988, 2016 Boots Enterprises, Dove Books-On-Tape, Phoenix Books

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  • Steve
  • BROOKLYN, NY, United States
  • 08-09-16

Sinatra The legend lives on. Truly his brother's keeper rest in peace my friend.

I had the great privilege of meeting Mr. Sinatra throw my uncle George Pappas who's a friend of his. I remember my mother playing his records when I was a child. She was crazy about him, I started listening to songs from a teenager to this date. There's no doubt you're the greatest gift ever put on this earth. I saw him as often as I could when he performed, you felt like he sang to you personally. Especially in radio city musical hall. Like Frank said The best is yet to come. Nancy I think you did a realistic fantastic job on this book. It's about time someone wrote The truth and just how great Sinatra was. I think everyone who is a fan should read this, see not only the man and his music but what a great man he was. There's no one that knows the magnitude of his generosity other than the people who were recipients of all he's done for humanity. Frank my brother you will always be in my prayers and will live on forever, through your wonderful music and your movies.

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