His Way: The Unauthorized Biography of Frank Sinatra

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Bantam Books, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 575 pages
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This is the book Frank Sinatra failed to stop,  the unauthorized biography of one of the most  elusive public figures of our time. Celebrated  journalist Kitty Kelley spent three years researching  government documents (Mafia-related material, wiretaps  and secret testimony) and interviewing more than  800 people in Sinatra's life (family, colleagues,  law-enforcement officers, personal friends). Fully  documented, highly detailed and filled with  revealing anecdotes, here is the penetrating story of  the explosively controversial and undeniably  multi-talented legend who ruled the entertainment  industry for more than fifty  years.

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Well researched by Kitty Kelley. - Goodreads
This seems to be a meticulously researched book. - Goodreads
Third, Kelley is writing with an obvious bias. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Scott Holstad - Goodreads

Kitty Kelley apparently interviewed more than 800 people in researching and writing this book, and at times, it really shows. There's a lot of detail here. A lot of stories I had never heard before ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cassandra - Goodreads

Gossip-y Bullshit. Fun summer read. Read full review

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About the author (1986)

Kitty Kelley is the internationally acclaimed bestselling author of "Jackie Oh"!""; "Elizabeth Taylor: The Last Star"; "His Way: The Unauthorized Biography of Frank Sinatra"; "Nancy Reagan: The Unauthorized Biography"; and "The" "Royals," The last three titles were all #1 on the "New York Times" bestseller list. Ms. Kelley has been honored by her peers with such awards as the Outstanding Author Award from the American Society of Jouranlists and Authors, the Philip M. Stern Award, and the Medal of Merit from the Lotos Club of New York City. Her articles have appeared in the "New York Times," the "Washington Post," the "Wall Street Journal," "Newsweek," "People," "Ladies Home Journal," "McCall's," the "Los Angeles Times," and the "Chicago Tribune," She lives in Washington, D.C., with her physician husband, Jonathan Zucker.

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