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Howard Hughes

Howard Hughes Author Peter H. Brown
ISBN-10 0451180283
Release 1997-04-25
Pages 576
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Drawing on thousands of obscure documents, including secret FBI reports and court documents, and new interviews, a detailed biography explores Hughes's love affairs, his relationship to his mother, and his complicated life. Reprint.



Howard Hughes

Howard Hughes Author Clifford Irving
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Wealth. Influence. Magnetism. Mystery. In twentieth century America, one man alone embodied all these qualities in their purest form. During a life which read like the wildest imaginings of a Hollywood scriptwriter, Howard Hughes - billionaire tycoon, pioneer aviator, playboy, eccentric and movie mogul - became a totem of fascination around the globe. In his twilight years, the mystery surrounding him intensified when he became a total recluse, hiding himself away in shady hotel suites for more than a decade. Some believed him to be dead; others thought he had gone crazy. Few really knew the truth - just as Hughes preferred.The ambiguity surrounding him spawned one of the first modern media obsessions. Speculation abounded, from the business pages of broadsheets through international magazine articles down to the sidewalk opinion-makers. And unsurprisingly there were few books written about Hughes' fascinating life - a life which was rumoured to be on the brink of ruin. So New...



Empire

Empire Author Donald L. Barlett
ISBN-10 0393000257
Release 1981-01-01
Pages 687
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Penetrating the mythology surrounding the bizarre life of the billionaire businessman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative team portrays Howard Hughes as a man who, in time, came to be ruled by his madness



Boxes The Secret Life of Howard Hughes

Boxes  The Secret Life of Howard Hughes Author Douglas Wellman
ISBN-10 9781608081400
Release 2016-03-22
Pages 320
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...well documented and researched...Boxes is definitely a fascinating read and a must read for anyone who is at all curious about Howard Hughes’ life. brThis second edition of Boxes: The Secret Life of Howard Hughes continues the history-changing story of Eva McLelland and her reclusive life married to a mystery man she discovered was Howard Hughes.br Eva McLelland kept her secret for thirty-one stressful years as she lived a nomadic existence with a man who refused to unpack his belongings for fear he would be discovered and have to flee. Only her husband’s death finally released her to tell the story that had been burning inside her for decades.



Hughes The Private Diaries Memons and Letters

Hughes The Private Diaries  Memons and Letters Author Richard Hack
ISBN-10 9781597775496
Release 2007
Pages 444
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Hughes The Private Diaries Memons and Letters has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Hughes The Private Diaries Memons and Letters also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Hughes The Private Diaries Memons and Letters book for free.



Howard Hughes His Life and Madness

Howard Hughes  His Life and Madness Author Donald L. Barlett
ISBN-10 9780393078589
Release 2011-04-11
Pages 688
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The life that inspired the major motion picture The Aviator, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Martin Scorsese. Howard Hughes has always fascinated the public with his mixture of secrecy, dashing lifestyle, and reclusiveness. This is the book that breaks through the image to get at the man. Originally published under the title Empire: The Life, Legend, and Madness of Howard Hughes.



Hughes After Howard

Hughes After Howard Author D. Kenneth Richardson
ISBN-10 097080508X
Release 2011-07-07
Pages 470
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People everywhere have heard of the eccentric Howard Hughes, but few know that in 1953 he virtually disappeared from the company he had begun in 1932. Under new, creative, and inspired management, Hughes Aircraft Company became the leading military electronics organization in the world and rose to 85,000 employees. Some called it a national treasure. In this new 496-page book, Hughes Aircraft Company's past president Ken Richardson shows how this was done. Collaborating with over 60 past employees, Ken has compiled this remarkable piece of American aviation history. Learn about many complex products in all fields of electronics crafted by this highly motivated, inventive team.



Howard Hughes

Howard Hughes Author Darwin Porter
ISBN-10 0974811815
Release 2005
Pages 814
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Howard Hughes was America's first billionaire, a very secretive mogul whose collective scandals could never be published in his lifetime. Now, complied and written by the author of the senstational recent biographies of Katharine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart, comes a stormingly good read, loaded with never-before-published information. Compelling reading for social historians, movie fans and anyone who's ever been intrigued by American capitalism.



Howard Hughes The Secret Life

Howard Hughes  The Secret Life Author Charles Higham
ISBN-10 9781466853157
Release 2013-09-24
Pages 384
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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.



Next to Hughes

Next to Hughes Author Robert Maheu
ISBN-10 0061090336
Release 1993-06-01
Pages 368
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Howard Hughes's right-hand man reveals how he helped the enigmatic billionaire break the mafia's stranglehold on Las Vegas and arrange the covert relationship between the CIA and mob that led to the Bay of Pigs invasion. Reprint.



Down at the End of Lonely Street

Down at the End of Lonely Street Author Peter Harry Brown
ISBN-10 0451190947
Release 1998-07-22
Pages 656
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Reveals secrets about Elvis' marriage to Priscilla Beaulieu, his ties to Colonel Parker, his drug addiction, and his death and its aftermath



The Taking of K 129

The Taking of K 129 Author Josh Dean
ISBN-10 9781101984444
Release 2017-09-05
Pages 448
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An incredible true tale of espionage and engineering set at the height of the Cold War—a mix between The Hunt for Red October and Argo—about how the CIA, the U.S. Navy, and America’s most eccentric mogul spent six years and nearly a billion dollars to steal the nuclear-armed Soviet submarine K-129 after it had sunk to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean; all while the Russians were watching. In the early hours of February 25, 1968, a Russian submarine armed with three nuclear ballistic missiles set sail from its base in Siberia on a routine combat patrol to Hawaii. Then it vanished. As the Soviet Navy searched in vain for the lost vessel, a small, highly classified American operation using sophisticated deep-sea spy equipment found it—wrecked on the sea floor at a depth of 16,800 feet, far beyond the capabilities of any salvage that existed. But the potential intelligence assets onboard the ship—the nuclear warheads, battle orders, and cryptological machines—justified going to extreme lengths to find a way to raise the submarine. So began Project Azorian, a top-secret mission that took six years, cost an estimated $800 million, and would become the largest and most daring covert operation in CIA history. After the U.S. Navy declared retrieving the sub “impossible,” the mission fell to the CIA's burgeoning Directorate of Science and Technology, the little-known division responsible for the legendary U-2 and SR-71 Blackbird spy planes. Working with Global Marine Systems, the country's foremost maker of exotic, deep-sea drilling vessels, the CIA commissioned the most expensive ship ever built and told the world that it belonged to the reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes, who would use the mammoth ship to mine rare minerals from the ocean floor. In reality, a complex network of spies, scientists, and politicians attempted a project even crazier than Hughes’s reputation: raising the sub directly under the watchful eyes of the Russians. The Taking of K-129 is a riveting, almost unbelievable true-life tale of military history, engineering genius, and high-stakes spy-craft set during the height of the Cold War, when nuclear annihilation was a constant fear, and the opportunity to gain even the slightest advantage over your enemy was worth massive risk.



Howard Hughes the Las Vegas Years

Howard Hughes  the Las Vegas Years Author John Harris Sheridan
ISBN-10 9781463406936
Release 2011-09-06
Pages 192
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Many people know about Howard Hughes, America’s first billionaire. He was an aviation engineer, an Oscar-winning motion picture producer and director, and a hotel and casino owner in Las Vegas and Reno, with seven establishments. He built the biggest airplane in the world at the time—known as the Spruce Goose—and the Glormar Explorer supership for the CIA. He owned RKO Motion Picture Studios in Hollywood, as well as tens of thousands of acres in California, Nevada, and Texas. Fewer people, however, know the Howard Hughes of the neon world of Las Vegas in the 1970s. Reclusive and eccentric, Hughes spent his later years surrounded by Mormon aides who insulated him from outsiders. This collection of biographical anecdotes includes stories of the power players of the time—celebrities, famous actresses, and the Las Vegas Mafia—as well as tales of Hughes’s bevy of less-well-known ladies. Told by an insider who knew Hughes in that era, these stories reveal new aspects of an American icon, set against the background of Sin City, the town he loved so much. “John has captured a fascinating era here; I know ... I was there.” —Alvin Zuckert, Emmy-award winning television director “John’s book caused me to relive an exciting and wonderful time in my life. There were sides of Hughes you never knew existed ... until now!” —Ted West, engineer for Hughes Television, KLAS-TV and FOX-TV, Las Vegas, Nevada “No crapshoot here; John’s got an absolute winner.” —Gary Marlow, technical director for Hughes Television, KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, Nevada



Hidden Genius

Hidden Genius Author H.T. Bryer
ISBN-10 9780983258308
Release 2011
Pages 110
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Frank Mann and Howard Hughes helped revolutionize the world with their unique inventions and designs. However, because Mann was African American, he did not always receive the credit he deserved, and few people today know of the accomplishments of the talented aeronautical and aerospace engineer, award-winning sports-car designer, soldier of fortune, World War II officer, and primary civilian instructor for the famed Tuskegee Airmen.



Katharine Hepburn

Katharine Hepburn Author James Robert Parish
ISBN-10 155583891X
Release 2005
Pages 328
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During the life of this star of the screen and icon to thousands, one subject remained taboo despite her well-known forthrightness and often painful honesty. Was Katherine Hepburn a lesbian? This biography directly addresses and documents the numerous accounts of Hepburn's lesbian affairs, including her relationships with Laura Harding, Jane Loring, Elissa Landi, Phyllis Wilbourn and others. In addition it provides a re-examination of the star's noted 'love affair' with Howard Hughes and her relationship with Spencer Tracy. Truly eye-opening.



Howard the Amazing Mr Hughes

Howard  the Amazing Mr Hughes Author Noah Dietrich
ISBN-10 034016493X
Release 1972
Pages 303
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Howard the Amazing Mr Hughes has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Howard the Amazing Mr Hughes also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Howard the Amazing Mr Hughes book for free.



Investigation

Investigation Author Gary Magnesen
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105064092351
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 263
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"In December of 1967, two men came together in the loneliness of the Nevada desert. One was a billionaire - the richest man in America at the time - the other was a regular guy, a working stiff. The billionaire was found lying face-down on a dirt road. He had long hair and blood caked on the side of his head and he was dressed like a bum." "As the car's heater warmed, the half-frozen man came alive. The revived vagrant seemed to want to impress his rescuer. He announced that he was Howard Hughes. Melvin Dummar smiled at the man's improbable pronouncement. How could this unkept bum be Howard Hughes? Dummar drove on feeling sympathy for the hobo beside him." "When Hughes died, there was the startling discovery: the Bashful Billionaire had written Melvin Dummar, the Mormon Church, and several other unlikely characters into his will before his death. According to the handwritten will, Dummar was an heir to one sixteenth of the vast Hughes fortune." "A trial to decide the authenticity of the will turned into a media circus - the likes of which this country had never seen before. By the time the judicial fog had lifted, Melvin Dummar, the Good Samaritan in this story, was left broke, his reputation tarnished." "Thirty-eight years later, a 26-year veteran of the FBI revisits the cold case. He takes readers along on an exciting, real-life investigation where new evidence is unearthed and new witnesses uncovered." "Gary Magnesen proves Dummar told the truth, and that he was robbed of $150 million dollars in a probate trial that was wrought with perjury, witness intimidation, jury tampering, and other wrongdoing."--BOOK JACKET.