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Good Girl, Bad Girl: An Insider’s 1996 Biography of Whitney Houston

Good Girl, Bad Girl: An Insider’s 1996 Biography of Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston is a show-business phenomenon and one of Hollywood’s most sought-after black actresses. Here is the first-ever behind-the-scenes book about Whitney.

Good Girl, Bad Girl is written by Kevin Ammons, who spent a great deal of time with Whitney since his girlfriend, Regina Brown, was Whitney’s publicist. During his four-year affair with Brown, Ammons saw Whitney at her bitchiest, and he found that beneath her glamorous image lies a troubled woman who let success go to her head.

The book travels behind closed doors to reveal – Why Whitney really married Bobby Brown – Why her close childhood friend, Robyn Crawford, threatened suicide – Why Kevin Costner, Oprah Winfrey, and Madonna are on her hate list – Why Whitney refuses to heed doctor’s warnings that she will ruin her voice – The truth behind her affairs with Eddie Murphy and Robert De Niro.

Like Whitney Houston’s life and career, this remarkable inside story sizzles.

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3 Responses to Good Girl, Bad Girl: An Insider’s 1996 Biography of Whitney Houston

  • nelleswan says:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Average – uncensored but flawed, September 4, 2016
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    This review is from: Good Girl, Bad Girl: An Insider’s 1996 Biography of Whitney Houston (Kindle Edition)
    While parts of this book were later confirmed as accurate, other parts have issues. For instance, there was a memorable anecdote about Cissy and Robyn Crawford coming to blows behind the scenes at the Superbowl when Whitney gave her anthem performance. However, Cissy has said she wasn’t even there. She had injured her ankle and couldn’t attend. I actually know someone who worked and toured with Whitney in her early career. The description they give of her as a person was quite different to the image portrayed here. They still have fond memories of her even though she was under so many pressures. She was not perfect or a saint but who is? Everyone has their good and bad days. At heart she was a good person and talented lady, But she had to carry too much. Please try to be considerate of that if you read this book.
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  • V. Marie says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Couldn’t put it down, March 19, 2012
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    Initially when I first purchased this book, I was curious as to what was going to be in it. All my curiousity was answered by what the writer wrote. Sometimes, one will question if there is any truth in this unauthorized biography and I must say, I truly believe what he wrote about Ms. Houston, is indeed true. This book is a “Do not want to put down intriguing book”, once you get pass the preface. I enjoyed learning more about her personal life and the people behind the scenes. Now, with Whitney being gone, my heart understands why she lived the life she did to the end. Rest in Peace Whitney. Hopefully, now you have found true, unconditional love and friendship as I wish you would had found while you were still living.
    Nelleswan
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  • Anonymous says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Book!, September 19, 2012
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    V. Marie (Mamaroneck, NY) –
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    To me this book was good. It had some things in it that I didn’t know, and it was very interesting to read, i’m glad I bought it.
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