Freddie Mercury: The Definitive Biography

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Hodder & Stoughton, 1998 - Rock musicians - 466 pages
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This biography aims to deconstruct the myths surrounding Queen's lead singer and provide an intimate portrayal of Freddie's life and death. From his birthplace in Zanzibar to his final home in London, the author interviews the key people in Mercury's life.

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User Review  - SenoraG163 - LibraryThing

I love Freddy Mercury and was excited to get my hands on this. It was a huge disappointment for me. I found it not well written with the author jumping all over the place. I enjoyed looking at the ... Read full review

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Mercury by Lesley-Ann Jones is the first biography I've listened to on audio. I wasn't quite sure what to expect-performance wise. I was pleasantly surprised. Jane Collingwood is the main narrator ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Lesley-Ann Jones was the Daily Mail Rock Correspondent; she toured with Queen and forged a firm friendship with the band members.

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