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on 20 December 2013
Eric and Eva Redding tend to get preachy at times playing moral umpires that want to judge foul or fair when Smith strikes out in the ball park of life. In disputes with her maids and bodyguards, who was telling the truth and who was lying? Wasn't her overeating, overspending, and drug abuse awful? But should we trust a sermon from the photographer and the talent scout that first discovered Anna Nichole Smith for a Playboy centerfold and made her Brooke Shields-type face and Jayne Mansfield figure so famous? The Reddings might have sealed her destiny for destruction from that point onward. It is a bit hypocritical to say that she shouldn't have lied in her modeling interview about her previous work in Houston strip bars because Playboy wanted new models with a fresh wholesome image. Most people would not claim Playboy magazine ever had this type of image. It is interesting to recollect that Larry Burkhead testified he really had proof he was the father of Smith's last baby, Danielynn, and that she had him put his thumb print in an album under the spot labeled Daddy. DNA tests later proved he was. Ironically, the inheritance dispute about the fortune she inherited from her aged oil billionaire husband, J. Howard Marshall, remains unsettled today. The writing in this book is a bit too often compiled from other sources, though.
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on 9 April 2013
Good Book VEry honest detail about Anna Nicole's decadent and controversial life some facts are unbelievable a good read and good research
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on 3 July 2013
great true story reading,i always love celeb books and this didnt let me down,would reccomend this book,how the other half live
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on 7 July 2013
Its what you would expect a bit trashy a bit sad but one of those easy to read books you cant seem to put down
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on 2 March 2008
This was written by the people who discovered Anna. It has the details of her life and some shocking secrets. Anna may have had a short life but she lived it to the full whilst she was alive. I gave this 4 stars because of the poor grammer and mistakes involving spellings in this book.

RIP Anna.
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on 10 September 2014
Readable,light but informative about a complex and yet fascinating individual
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on 12 February 2013
Anne Nicole always seemed to be very mysterious to me. However, this book gave me a very good idea what kinda person she really was. Not only as a sex symbol but also as a friend, mother and wife. I really adore her. Even though she seemed to be a silly girl from Texas who was only capable to take off her clothes and seduce an old billionaire she was actually a very good and determined business woman as well as a very emotional and sensitive woman. Her "curse" was the addiction to alcohol and drugs. Without that she would still be among us and shine like a star.
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on 16 July 2010
a brilliant book; from start to finish;
a wonderfully sad insight into the life of anna.
the book carries you through the journey of her life, written by her friends.
Really makes you think and helps you understand the life of Anna.
I would truly reccomend this book to anyone, and please dont judge, until you have read the life of her.
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on 2 November 2014
Good read really enjoyed it
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