She grew up when Hollywood was at its peak, and her mother, Lana Turner, was one of its brightest stars. Life was a glittering world of privilege and promise...and a succession of "uncles" and stepfathers. Then one night, when she was just fourteen, Cheryl Crane, plunged a knife into one of them - Johnny Stompanato. Now, for the first time, Cheryl talks about her harrowing childhood, about what happened on that violent night in 1958...and the nightmare of public scrutiny that followed. Here is the powerful and personal story of Cheryl's "detour" through hell - suicide attempts, reform school, a mental hospital, and drug abuse. And her triumphant journey back - to a brilliant business career, and finally, to a loving relationship with her legendary mother. Includes 16 pages of personal photographs.
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Used availability for Cheryl Crane's Detour
January 1988 : USA Hardback
December 1988 : USA Mass Market Paperback