Just saw Nancy Sinatra posted about the death of her younger brother, who was a decade younger than their famous father was at the time of his death. I have a vivid recollection of my mother -- probably apropos of nothing -- flying off the handle one day when I was a kid talking about what "talentless hacks" Nancy and Frank Jr. were -- "Their father spent all the money in the world to try to turn them into stars but it was hopeless " -- which is probably why many believed the younger Frank's kidnapping at age 19 was a publicity stunt. Turns out it wasn't, but it did little to help Junior's career, which is probably why I cannot name a single song or acting gig of his. (Nancy's "Boots," however, is not the work of a "hack," Molly!) No matter -- condolences to his loved ones. Growing up in that shadow couldn't have been easy.