My Father's Daughter: A Memoir

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Simon & Schuster, Oct 10, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
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A startling, compelling, yet affectionate portrait of an American entertainment legend by his youngest daughter, who for the first time writes about the man, his life, the accusations, and about the many people who surrounded him -- wives, friends, lovers, users, and sycophants -- from his Hoboken childhood through the notorious "Rat Pack," and beyond.

Complete with many never before seen photographs taken directly from family albums, and placing special emphasis on his later years and his marriage to Barbara Marx Sinatra, Tina's personal exploration of this difficult final period in her father's career will solidify our image of Sinatra as a great performer and reinforce him as something even greater: as a father, and as man.

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User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

Wow! What a sweet, honest, passionate book telling about Frank Sinatra's life. Really touching and it seemed truthful, not like she was purposely trying to hurt her dad's wife, Barbara Marx. How do ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

I enjoyed this book, I thought it was an honest look at a little girl's relationship with her complicated father. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Tina Sinatra is the youngest child of the American singer and actor Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato Sinatra. My Father’s Daughter is her first book.

Jeff Coplon’s writing has appeared in The New Yorker, New York magazine, The New York Times Magazine, and Rolling Stone, among other publications. He is the coauthor a dozen memoirs, notably with Tina Sinatra, Sarah Ferguson (the Duchess of York), and Cher. He is the author of Gold Buckle, the definitive treatment of rodeo bull riding (HarperOne, 1995). He resides in Brooklyn.

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