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"Madonna: Like an Icon" is a biography by British author Lucy O'Brien. The book was released in 2007 and chronicles the life of the singer from her birth, up to the release of her eleventh studio album, Hard Candy, in 2008. Initially critical of her work, O'Brien had become a fan of Madonna, after seeing her perform on television for The Virgin Tour in 1985. From that point of time, the author followed Madonna's career closely.
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