Eddie Fisher, the singer famous for crooning romantic pop ballads in the 1950s, died Wednesday night at his California home. He was 82.
Here are 2 books by which to remember the former teen heart-throb:
"Eddie: My Life, My Loves"By Eddie Fisher
In the singer's first memoir, he gives his unflinching side of the love scandals that threatened to overshadow his career.
"Been There, Done That"By Eddie Fisher and David Fisher
In his second memoir (co-written by David Fisher, who is of no relation), Fisher tells the story of his humble beginnings in Philadelphia to his rise to teen idol pop singer.
Find Eddie Fisher's full obituary at ChicagoTribune.com
Eddie Fisher: 2 books by the 50s crooner
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