Natalie: A Memoir About Natalie Wood by Her Sister
This New York Times bestseller is the most intimate possible remembrance of Natalie Wood's tempestuous life and tragic death. A book that only Natalie Wood's sister could have written - a warm but unflinchingly candid account of a great star's passionate love affairs, violent fights, stormy marriages, bitter divorces, and of her controversial death by drowning at the age of forty-three, stunning a nation that adored her. Now includes rare family photographs.
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