Read this book because you love Frank Sinatra and are curious. Buy this book for the terrific photographs of a fabulous era.
Tina Sinatra tells it like it is when powerful, older, rich men marry manipulative beautiful women, who take over their lives and their money and fight like alley cats to keep full possession. I lived Tina's story. Like Tina, I remember Pop's last days, knowing he was miserable, depressed, under oppression, without options.
Rich old men need to read this book so this doesn't happen to them. Rich old men's children need to read this book to learn what could be in store for them should their Pop decide to marry a woman much closer to their ages than his.
Bravo, Tina, for having the courage to tell the world the rest of the story about the crooner they loved, your beloved father, Frank Sinatra.
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