Bill Zehme (Harper; 1st Ed., 1997)
Author Bill Zehme chronicles the legendary singer’s life in segments that include: “pallies,” “style,” “broads,” “love and marriage,” and “my way.” Joe Balsarotti, founder and president of Software To Go, an MSP in St. Peters, Mo., points to the “style” aspect of Sinatra’s life. The book details “how he dealt with things, which usually had some style to them. I like that idea of, if you're going to do [something], do it with some style. Do it with some flare and enjoy it. … Make it meaningful, what you do, but also make it memorable.”
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