She was the last of the great screen goddesses, a legendary blonde bombshell with a fairy-tale life that turned into a nightmare following the bizarre murder of her gangster lover, Johnny Stompanato, in 1958.
Author Eric Root met Lana Turner in 1971, serving as her makeup artist and hairstylist before becoming her escort, spokesman, lover, and confidant. Turner told Root everything there was to know about her life, including the secrets behind her greatest triumphs and tragedies, her many love affairs with Hollywood's leading men, the Stompanato scandal, and her estrangement from her daughter, Cheryl Crane.
This detailed, honest, heartwarming account reveals the real woman behind the Hollywood facade, as well as a tender friendship that endured both heaven and hell for 25 years.
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