Howard Hughes: The Secret Life

Charles Higham

St. Martin's Griffin

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His wealth was legendary. His passions were bizarre. Now, the truth about the money, the madness, and the man behind the enigma.

Howard Hughes is one of the best known and least understood men of our times--famed for his wealth, his daring, and his descent into madness. Bestselling biographer Charles Higham goes beyond the enigma to reveal the incredible private life of Howard Hughes:

* his romances with the great stars of Hollywood--Katharine Hepburn, Bette Davis, Cary Grant, Tyrone Power, and numerous others
* his forays into sadomasochism
* his involvement with Richard Nixon and Watergate
* his bizarre final years

This is a compelling portrait of a unique American figure--in a story as revealing as it is unforgettable.

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Praise for Howard Hughes: The Secret Life

"The outrageous and often sordid details of Howard Hughes's life...novel twists concerning the famous eccentric's libidinous moments and his own particular mode of slow death."
- Library Journal

"A hypnotic portrait of a great American monster."
- Kirkus Reviews

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About the Author

Charles Higham

Charles Higham is the author of such bestsellers as The Duchess of Windsor; Kate: The Life of Katharine Hepburn; and Bette: The Life of Bette Davis. With coauthor Ray Moseley, he has written Elizabeth and Philip: The Untold Story of the Queen of England and Her Prince, and biographies of Cary Grant and Merle Oberon. A former New York Times feature writer, Mr. Higham lives in Los Angeles.

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Howard Hughes: The Secret Life
Charles Higham

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
November 2004
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312329976
ISBN10: 0312329970
6 1/8 x 9 1/4 inches, 384 pages, Includes sixteen pages of black-and-white photographs
$22.99

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
September 2013
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781466853157
ISBN10: 1466853158
384 pages, Includes sixteen pages of black-and-white photographs
$7.99
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