Fearless Freddie: The Life and Times of Freddie Mills (Hardback)
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Fearless Freddie: The Life and Times of Freddie Mills (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages / Published: 01/09/2017
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Fearless Freddie charts the career of pugilist Freddie Mills, who became the biggest name in British boxing, a television star in the 1950s only to commit apparent suicide in 1965. Freddie was a boxing superstar at a time when the country was still trying to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the Second World War. A natural entertainer, he embarked on a successful media career long after his days in the ring came to an end, paving the way for other sports stars to do the same in future. However, there was a darker side to Mills. His nightclub brought him into contact with notorious London gangsters. Constantly plagued by depression and money worries, the death of Freddie remains a mystery. Since his death, conspiracy theories aplenty have been peddled about how and why Freddie was found in the back of a car, having shot himself through his right eye. Could a man who had it all really take his own life or was there something more sinister afoot?

Publisher: Pitch Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781785312823
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 240 x 160 mm

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“Amazing ”

Best book I've ever read. Really insightful into his life and how he died. Must Read!

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