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Tina Turner’s candid bestselling memoir “I, Tina,” co-written with MTV’s Kurt Loder, has shot back to the top of bestseller lists following the iconic singer’s death.
The soulful singer died in Switzerland on Wednesday at 83. The 1986 bestselling book served as the basis for the 1993 biopic “What’s Love Got to Do With It.” In addition to recounting her rise to fame from her humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tenn., and dozens of hit songs, the star details her abusive relationship with Ike Turner.
Following their separation, which was finalized in 1978, it took the better part of a decade for her to return to prominence in the music business as a solo artist.Read more on variety.com