Howard Hughes: The Secret Life

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Pan, 1994 - 456 pages
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In his time, Howard Hughes was perhaps the richest man in the world, his fortune gained from film, aviation and engineering. This book describes his involvement with Lana Turner, Bette Davis, Cary Grant and Tyrone Power, as well as with Watergate, and his business transactions.

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he reminds me of Donald trump. "It's all about me." I didn't know he was bisexual, that he might have died of aids. he never seemed to pay income tax. Read full review

HOWARD HUGHES: The Secret Life

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An outing of the billionaire closet bisexual by Higham, whose bios include lives of Cary Grant, Brando, Orson Welles, the Duchess of Windsor, and L.B. Mayer, among others. Higham does his research an ... Read full review

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