The Autobiography of Cliff Richard - Steve Turner


Hardback - Very Good Condition

£2.50

CLIFF RICHARD: THE BIOGRAPHY does what no other book about Cliff has done before; it gets to the heart of the story.

This full-scale authorized biography takes readers behind the events of Cliffs life to discover the people. stories and tensions which have shaped the Cliff Richard of today. No writer before has investigated Cliff’s life in such depth and detail and with such objectivity.

That Cliff Richard’s career is worthy of such detailed analysis is indisputable. His chart success is second only to that of Elvis Presley, his durability as an entertainer is unparalleled, his popularity, five decades into his career, is greater now than it has ever been.

What Cliff stands for has aroused interest, too. His celibacy, his Christian faith and his outspoken views on moral issues make him a puzzling figure in the world of rock and pop

The rich portrait given in this book comes from extensive new research. Steve Turner has interviewed over 190 people, including former girlfriends, family and childhood friends, musicians, actors and producers. Most have never been interviewed about Cliff before. Others including Cliff’s mother and early girlfriends have not spoken publicly about him for twenty-five years.

These people shed new light on events and issues and add forgotten detail. Many have contributed photographs from their personal collections which are published here for the first time.

Cliff was interviewed at length for the book, giving his analysis of events and voicing his feelings on a number of sensitive issues.

What emerges from the research is a refreshingly new picture of the world’s most successful singles’ artist.

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The Autobiography of Cliff Richard by Steve Turner.

In a very good condition with some marks on the edge of the pages. All pages intact along with the dust cover. See photos for more details.

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Weight 897 g
Dimensions 24.2 × 16 × 4 cm
Condition

Format

Hardback

Writer

Steve Turner