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Marilyn's last words : her secret tapes and mysterious death

Author: Matthew Smith
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Re-opens the Marilyn Monroe case, using previously unreleased tapes illuminating the emotional life of the actress, as well as forensic evidence to reconstruct her last days and prove that her "suicide" was actually foul play.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Marilyn Monroe; Marilyn Monroe; Marilyn Monroe
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Smith
ISBN: 0786713801 9780786713806 0786715596 9780786715596
OCLC Number: 55804428
Description: xix, 327 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / by Donald O'Connor --
Introduction / by Robert F. Slatzer --
Collision course --
Busy days --
Curious behavior --
Feverish activity --
Murderers! Murderers! --
Ambulances, motives, and hush money --
The autopsy --
The miner memorandum --
The media machine --
Blanket of secrecy --
Not to be opened --
Definitely not --
The testimony of Mrs. Murray --
The listeners --
Dalliances --
Too many questions --
The last days --
No damn way --
No touch of silk, no hint of finesse --
Lawford and "Mr. O" --
The secret tapes of Marilyn Monroe --
The secret tapes : sex, literature, and daddy's little girl --
The secret tapes : the Olivier impact --
The secret tapes : husbands, friends, and others --
The secret tapes : Jack and Bobby --
The secret tapes : hidden implications --
Two-act tragedy --
Big Joe D --
The shadow --
Montage --
In search of a family --
The patient --
Marilyn and the mob --
Marilyn and the FBI --
Knocks and hard knocks --
The red diary --
Consequences --
Reactions --
Persona non grata --
Cursum perficio.
Responsibility: Matthew Smith.

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Re-opens the Marilyn Monroe case, using previously unreleased tapes illuminating the emotional life of the actress, as well as forensic evidence to reconstruct her last days and prove that her "suicide" was actually foul play.

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