As befits someone of her global stature, Diana Ross has never lacked literary attention. She has recorded her own ups and downs and has been the subject of various, and variable, biographies.
Diana, Queen of Motown is a different Diana Ross book. It's written by one of the people for whom she does what she does-a fan like so many ,with his own personal reasons to be grateful for her talent, her artistry and her ability to take an audience to another place.
And that's what makes this book special. It concentrates not on her private life, or reams of speculation and psycho-signifying, but on her work-her music,
her movies, her live performances. her 'supreme'achievements through no fewer than five decades of consummate professionalism and unrivalled worldwide popularity.
There will never be another Diana Ross.
Now's the time to celebrate and appreciate the one we've got-the one and only Queen of Motown.