Just A Man (HB)

Just A Man (HB) : The Real Michael Hutchence

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It is hard for any family to lose a son, a brother. But for Tina Hutchence and Partricia Glassop, there was little chance for private grief: the news of Michael's shocking death in a Sydney hotel room was almost instantly worldwide news. Since that November day in 1997 they have read tales spun by journalists, lovers and business associates - about the notorious highs and lows of Michael the superstar, and as the doting but unconventional father of Tiger Lily - people who knew Michael for only a fraction of his 37 years, if at all. This intimate biography introduces us to the talented child with a complicated home life, the gifted teen who gravitated into music forming INXS, the young adult whose glamorous girlfriends confided in his mother and sister. Tina and Patricia watched as the man and his music went on to take the world by storm; soon the women on his arm were household names - Kylie Minogue, Helena Christensen, Paula Yates, and some of the relationships very complicated. Many of Michael's oldest friends and associates have spoken for the first time in this book.
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  • Hardback | 352 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 32mm | 662.24g
  • Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0283063564
  • 9780283063565

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"This book is by far the best of all books concerning Michael Huthence. Gives an honest account of Michaels life from baby to superstar rock god that he was. Being an INXS fan I have read several books about Michael Hutchence and this is 100% better than any of the others. Written by Michaels mother and sister, two of the people who knew Michael better than anyone else and two people Michael truly loved in life, a definate must read."show more
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