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Steve McQueen: The Actor and His Films (2011)
Steve McQueen -
A Tribute to the King of Cool
(2010)
Unforgettable Steve McQueen (2008)
Steve McQueen - A Life in Pictures (2008)
McQueen's Machines -
The Cars and Bikes of a Hollywood Icon
(2007)
Steve McQueen - Movie Icon Series (2007)
Steve McQueen The Last Mile (2006)
Steve McQueen (2006)
Steve McQueen 40 Summers Ago... (2004)
Steve McQueen: Un Rebelde en Hollywood (2004)
Steve McQueen (2004)
McQueen : The Biography (2003)
The King, McQueen and the Love Machine(2002)
Steve McQueen (2001)
Steve McQueen: The Pocket Essential (2000)
A French Kiss with Death (1999)
Steve McQueen: L'homme Mecanique (1997)
Portrait of an American Rebel (1993)
The Complete Films of Steve McQueen (1990)
My Husband, My Friend (1986)
The Untold Story of a Bad Boy in Hollywood (1986)
Japanese Photo Book #3 (1985)
The Films of Steve McQueen (Charnez) (1984)
Steve McQueen (1984)
McQueen (1984)
Steve McQueen: The Final Chapter (1983)
Steve McQueen (1981)
Steve McQueen: A Biography (Campbell) (1981)
Japanese Photo Book #2 (1980)
Steve McQueen: The unauthorized biography (1974)
The Films of Steve McQueen (Campbell) (1973)
Steve McQueen: Star on Wheels (1972)
Japanese Photo Book #1 (1972)
The King, McQueen and the Love Machine
The King, McQueen and the Love Machine is the personal story of professional model and actress Barbara Leigh. The title refers to Elvis Presley, Steve McQueen and Hollywood mogul James Aubrey (The Love Machine), all of whom Leigh dated and became intimate with for a period of time in the 1970's.
This book sheds new and interesting light onto Steve, with some never before published stories about him. It also covers Leigh's childhood, which, like McQueen's, involved parental abandonment. It is a good read both from the perspective of the pure McQueen fan, and the journey into Leigh's exciting and sometimes heartbreaking experiences. She co-penned this with Portrait of an American Rebel author Marshall Terrill.

Visit Barbara's website