Hughes, the Private Diaries, Memos and Letters

Hughes, the Private Diaries, Memos and Letters

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"Howard Hughes would have this book ... because he never wanted the truth to be told. Richard Hack has for the first time written the whole story in a fascinating and compelling manner. Truth in this instance is surely stranger than fiction ... As the man who knew Hughes best for seventeen years and to whom he referred publicly as his alter-ego, I now believe that the entire story has finally been told. "A remarkable book. The veil of secrecy has finally been lifted--this is the riveting inside story of one of the world's most enigmatic men. "Masterfully written ... certainly the ultimate book on the eccentric billionaire ... it answers virtually every question and finally tells what really happened behind the most intricate financial facade America has ever known ... from the love affairs to the political payoff it's all here ... I found every page riveting."
Publisher: [Beverly Hills, Calif.] : Phoenix Books, [2002]
Additional Contributors: Cashman, Dan

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