Howard Hughes: The Untold Story

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Apr 25, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 576 pages
One of the most intriguing and controversial figures of the 20th century, billionaire Howard Hughes's bizarre life, torrid celebrity affairs, and shocking death have become the stuff of legend. Now this new, definitive biography, based on unsealed court documents, secret FBI reports, and countless new interviews, explores the mystique and truth behind Howard Hughes--a man who continues to grip the world's imagination. Includes 16 pages of photos.

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This was a fascinating bio on Howard Hughes. But- the chapter titles were odd and the ordering of events to fit into these seeming arbitrarily assigned chapter designations hurt the flow. It seemed as ... Read full review

Howard Hughes: the untold story

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With at least eight biographies of Hughes still in print, folks may wonder how much more there is to tell about the enigmatic billionaire. Brown (Marilyn, Dutton, 1992) here focuses on his subject's personal life. Read full review


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Peter Harry Brown is a veteran journalist for "The New York Times" and the "Los Angeles Times;" he has won the California Associated Press Award for best investigative journalism, the New Mexico and Colorado Associated Press Award for feature writing, the Copley Newspapers Ring of Truth Award, the Gannett Newspapers annual award for feature writing, and the Florida Newspaper Publishers' Award for best spot news reporting. He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Pat H. Broeske is a veteran entertainment reporter who writes for Entertainment Weekly, and the New York Times. Pat H. Broeske lives in southern California.

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