Have you pre-ordered your copy of Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography yet? If not, what are you waiting for?
If you think you know Bob Crane because you saw AutoFocus, think again! You have a lot to learn! This new book details Bob's entire life, taking you all the way back to his hometown roots in Connecticut, through World War II and his early radio career in the 1950s and 1960s, onto international stardom as the beloved Colonel Robert E. Hogan on Hogan's Heroes, as well as his film and theatre work, and beyond—up until the night he was brutally murdered on June 29, 1978. This book also discusses his sexual addiction, and brings a new awareness of it from a clinical perspective, something that has never before been done for him.
Bob Crane was a human being. Neither a devil nor a saint, he was not perfect, but he was perfectly human. There was a lot to say about Bob—650 pages worth! And so much of it was overwhelmingly good!