The Assassination of Marilyn Monroe Paperback
This book is the fully documented story of Marilyn Monroe's death - a heart-stopping account of the events that led to the circumstances of 4th August 1962. To this day the Los Angeles police and the District Attorney's office have perpetuated a cover-up that was generated over 30 years ago. For the first time in 80 books and acres of newsprint, the complete story of her demise is revealed. It includes the reasons why so many joined the conspiracy of silence. Marilyn's universe is where the glitzy world of Hollywood, the sinister one of the Mafia and the secret one of Washington DC meet. Wolfe uses newly released FBI files and the information of insiders who have broken their silence to give us the resolution of one of this century's most enduring mysteries. From the opening description of the lifeless body to the moment-by-moment account of her final days and hours, THE ASSASSINATION OF MARILYN MONROE explodes every myth concerning her remarkable life and tragic death - as is attested by the generous acclaim of her rival biographers (see 'Reviews').
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 672 pages, Section: 16, b/w
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 01/08/1999
- Category: True crime
- ISBN: 9780751526523
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Review by LadyN
If you like Marilyn, you'll become engrossed in this book. Wolfe takes you from the beginnings of Marilyn's life, and also to some extent, the Kennedy's lives as well, and puts forward some very powerful and convincing arguments to explain her untimely end.