Diane Linkletter: A Princess Wrongly Accused

Diane Linkletter: A Princess Wrongly Accused

by Tom Bleecker

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Overview

Diane Linkletter: A Princess Wrongly Accused by Tom Bleecker

On the morning of October 4, 1969, 20-year-old Diane Linkletter died after she fell from a window of her sixth floor apartment in West Hollywood. Because she was the daughter of famed Hollywood radio and television personality Art Linkletter, the media jumped on the story and, based on preliminary their findings, labeled her death a suicide that was caused by her taking LSD. In subsequent reports, Diane Linkletter was painted as having a serious drug problem dating back to her early teens, as well as being severely despondent. Having never believed that Diane had a serious drug problem or that her death was a suicide, her former boyfriend and fiancé from high school, who today is a noted biographer and investigative journalist, reveals in this book the people and events that finally dispel the notion that Diane ever had a serious drug problem and that her being emotionally despondent led to her taking her own life. (*Note: the content of this book was originally a four-installment magazine article of approximately 18,000 words. As such, this is a small book).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534822023
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/02/2016
Pages: 90
Sales rank: 844,265
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Tom Bleecker began his writing career in 1969 as a screenwriter for Hollywood director Blake Edwards. After nearly two decades writing for screen and television, in 1987 Bleecker co-authored his first book with Linda Lee, The Bruce Lee Story, which served as the source material for MCA Universal's motion picture Dragon. In 1996, Bleecker wrote a second book on Lee, a highly controversial bestseller entitled Unsettled Matters. After penning nearly 50 biographies, in 2012 Bleecker wrote his first novel Tea Money that was followed by Big Band Star Maker (the life story of Big Band leader Horace Heidt), The Jet: The Benny Urquidez Story, MY SONG, which is the story of Polish immigrant Jolanta Soysal turned New York socialite, and A Life at Risk, the story of legendary Hollywood stuntman Rick Avery. Bleecker lives with his wife Lourdes in Southern California. The author can be contacted through his website www.tombleecker.com.

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