Heath: A family's tale (Google eBook)

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Allen & Unwin, Nov 1, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
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Heath Ledger was a superstar on the world stage, a gorgeous guy, a true romantic, a man who was dedicated to his craft and who loved a laugh. This is the definitive look at the real life of Heath Ledger from childhood to fully-fledged stardom, with exclusive personal insights from his family and friends, by an Australian journalist and author Janet-Fife-Yeomans. This is an Australian story about the beginning of a legend.

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Review: Heath: A Family's Tale

User Review  - Tori Hume - Goodreads

Poor review based on the style of writing. I would have preferred a little bit more intimacy and a little less 'He-said-She-said'. Read full review

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User Review  - Chad Cox - Goodreads

The world lost a beautiful artist when Heath Ledger died. I mourned his loss alongside millions around the world. Unfortunately, "Heath" reads like a series of tabloid articles organized into a book ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Janet Fife-Yeomans is an award-winning journalist and is currently the chief reporter for the Daily Telegraph in Sydney. She is also the author or co-author of six books, including Killing Jodie: How Australia's most elusive murderer was brought to justice and The Coroner: Investigating sudden death.

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