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The entertainer’s secret torment has been exposed by Taraborrelli, who originally penned his bestselling biography Sinatra: Behind The Legend just months before the singer’s death in 1998 at the age of 82, and now unveils a revised version including explosive new details from numerous additional interviews.
“Frank’s friends, family and lovers who previously hadn’t spoken all wanted to tell their story now he’s dead,” says Taraborrelli.
Frank was devastated.” It was Sinatra’s third suicide attempt since launching his volatile affair with Gardner, while his long-suffering wife Nancy refused to grant him a divorce.
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Sinatra, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday this December, voiced countless classic songs and won an Oscar for From Here To Eternity, yet was tormented by his demons, says the author.
“Frank described himself as ‘an 18-carat manic depressive’.