Supreme faith: someday we'll be together

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HarperCollins, Nov 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 303 pages
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A gutsy follow-up to Wilson's blockbuster, Dreamgirl, which has sold half a million copies in paper and cloth. Picking up where that bestseller left off, Wilson details life at Motown after Diana Ross quit the Supremes and describes Ross' horror as the Supremes racked up top-ten hits while her singles went nowhere. Wilson also writes honestly about her sizzling affairs with Steve McQueen and Flip Wilson in this extraordinary saga. 25 photographs.

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More of the same, only Mary seems more and more sanctimonious, and more of a whiner. She no doubt was treated unfairly and poorly, but she also sabotaged herself and the group after Diana left the Supremes. Read full review

Review: Supreme Faith: Someday We'll Be Together

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Mary Wilson is definitely a survivor, but this book about life after the Diana Ross Supremes is not as interesting as her first book, Dreamgirl. Maybe she should have stopped there. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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