Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing Like a Dame

Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing Like a Dame

by Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince
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Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing Like a Dame by Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince

Before she died, Elizabeth Taylor claimed that previous biographers had revealed "only half of my story, but I can't tell the other half because I'd get sued." In response to that challenge, Blood Moon presents history’s most comprehensive compilation of the unpublished—until now—secrets of Dame Elizabeth. With photos, this meaty and startling book offers a juicy feast of till-now untold tales about the 20th century’s most deadlinegenerating actress, relayed with empathy and brutal candor.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781936003327
Publisher: Blood Moon Productions
Publication date: 10/15/2012
Series: Blood Moon's Babylon Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 624
Sales rank: 605,158
File size: 13 MB
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About the Author

New York City resident Darwin Porter has archived information about Dame Elizabeth since he first interviewed her in Miami
for his college newspaper. Since then, after a lifetime of analyzing and cross-referencing her every move, he's become a world-class expert in her behind-the-scenes dramas and showbiz ironies. Danforth Prince, formerly associated with The Frommer Guides and The New York Times, is co-author of this guide to the serial embarrassments of the world's most
fabulous and sophisticated Dame.

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rjames0638 More than 1 year ago
I would not recommend this book....it was very detailed about the sexual escapades Elizabeth had, however really never gave an insight into the type of person she was... I don't think it every mentioned the many wonderful things she did for charities or how she brought up her children etc...it pictured her as a greedy sex crazed selfish person. something I think that was not true...rjames0638