My Father's Daughter: A Memoir
Publisher:Simon & Schuster Ltd
Published Date:16th October 2000
Dimensions:157 X 228 X 23 mm
A startling and affectionate portrait of American entertainment legend Frank Sinatra by his youngest daughter, Tina. She writes about the man and his life, and about the many people who surrounded him - wives, friends, lovers, users and sycophants.
A startling and affectionate portrait of an American entertainment legend by his youngest daughter, who writes about the man and his life, and about the many people who surrounded him - wives, friends, lovers, users and sycophants. Frank Sinatra was adored, he was seen as a great lover and a compassionate, generous man; but he was also seen as a man accused of abusing the women in his life and he was linked to some of America's most corrupt criminals. Tina Sinatra breaks her silence to cover the life of her famous father, from his childhood through his struggles to his successes, providing an insider's look at a musical icon.