The mesmorizing and tragic true story of the iconic Mary Small, a child prodigy, radio singer and Broadway star whose moxie and resilience made her a defining symbol of the Greatest Generation. Despite her success as one of the most recognizable performers of the Golden Age and a fifty year career in show business, she disappeared into obscurity, died penniless and was buried in an unmarked grave. This revealing biography by her long lost grandson breathes life into the obituary she never received yet so richly deserved.
The Little Girl with the Big Voice Mary Small
Published by Rafael Moscatel, CIPM, CRM, IGP
Rafael Moscatel is Managing Director of Compliance and Privacy Partners and has over 20 years of experience developing innovative and effective information governance, digital strategy, privacy and compliance programs for the Fortune 500. View all posts by Rafael Moscatel, CIPM, CRM, IGP