Through the eyes of an underage girl, Sinatra and The Moll narrates the true story of Diane's life in Baltimore. While there she intermingled with gangsters and famous celebrities and formed a dangerous liaison with Francis Albert Sinatra, which started a war between Brown and Sinatra that provoked her mob boss boyfriend into the gangland murder of Sammy Goldstein, Sinatra's close friend, who had introduced Diane to Sinatra.
In this candid look at her life, Diane provides an in-depth look into Sinatra's personal character, and reveals the reason for his early 'out of character' retirement in 1971. A compelling story with fascinating characters, Sinatra and The Moll captures the imagination with tales of suicide, drugs, mobsters, and murder. And the demise of the Block.
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