Beverly: an autobiography
This is a revealing, in-depth memoir of Beverly Sills as an international operatic superstar, director of the New York City Opera, mother and wife. In this candid autobiography, Sills finally unleashes the full power of her torrential personality and provides the key to her phenomenal success.
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