Just a Man: The Real Michael Hutchence

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Pan Macmillan, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 352 pages
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This is the tragic true story of Michael Hutchence by the women who knew him best. Since the November day in 1997 when Michael's death in a Sydney hotel room became world-wide news, his mother and sister have read tales spun by journalists, lovers and business associates, people who only knew him for a fraction of his 37 years, if at all. These stories tell of the notorious highs and lows of Michael the superstar, and of the doting, but unconventional, father of Tiger Lily.

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As lead singer and frontman of the internationally popular Australian rock group INXS, Michael Hutchence cultivated the image of a sex symbol living the high life. In this heartfelt and intimate ... Read full review

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