As a young man, Frank Sinatra set out to be the best singer in the world. A new biography of the singer draws on new information to reveal how his legendary voice took him to the top … with help from the mob. The authors talk about the complex emotional life of this American icon.

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  • Robbyn Swan co-author
  • Anthony Summers former BBC journalist and author of six best-selling books, including "The File on the Tsar," "Conspiracy," "Official and Confidential" and "The Arrogance of Power."

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