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All or Nothing at All: A Life of Sinatra

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In this biography we meet the complete Sinatra -- the headlinegrabbing playboy as well as the extraordinary artist and icon.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published July 1st 2000 by Fromm International (first published April 18th 1997)
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I was reading this yesterday, but finally put it down after 50 pages.

If you're looking for information about Frank Sinatra, his loves, his life, this isn't your book. The book's main focus is discussing the different bands he's been in, how the jazz era helped define his voice.

What the book is NOT about, is his personal life, family, or loves.

What I was HOPING for, was insight into the man, maybe his relationship with Ava Gardner. By the book's title, the picture of him on front, I thought it'd
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