From Grammy Winner To Self-Help Guru

Shapiro, Gregg
November 2001
Bay Windows;11/1/2001, pN.PAG
Interviews author Pati LaBelle about the book "Patti's Pearls," which she had co-written with Laura Randolph Lancaster. Concept of the book; Relevance of the message being relayed by the book to the September 11, 2002 terrorist attack in the U.S.; Views on her collaboration with Lancaster.


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