Marilyn Monroe: The Final Years

Marilyn Monroe: The Final Years

by Keith Badman
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Marilyn Monroe: The Final Years 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dont write reviews if youve never even read the book!!!!!! You cant judge a book by its cover or summary helloooo. And if u read more carefully you'd see it doesnt even say she was found in a hotel room it says she was sexually exploited by mobsters in a hotel room. So your entire review is worthless, thanks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful book. It allowed one to see the real person that Marilyn Monroe was. It clearly laid out what happened to Marilyn in her final months
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have found this book out of hundreds i have read to be quite honest with the exception of affairs with kennedy. It is obvious to all that eunice murray played in her death. Why she was allowed at her funeral and greenson is beyond me. No one has tapped into theMarxists. Ifound the other details of her funeral very honest and emotional. DiMaggio was right HollyWood killed her and also for insurance money. This book and Spotos book are the most honest.Also Steinam/Barris,although concise. Perhapsher death was accidental but Murray was slowly poisoning her. It is hinted in this book. No ufos, Marilyn was covered up by the CIA. Why would a Hollywoodstarbe unless she was in the CIA in some sort of way. She was killed by Marxists and 2 of themattended her funeral. No one knows who built her home, it was built for murder. Eunice knew that. Safe 2 say that group killed the Kennedys. Eunice was no American 4 sure. Read between the lines. A Marilyn keeper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't have been too thorough, I haven't read the book but just from the product description there are mistakes; Monroe was found dead in her home, the Bungalow in Brentwood, CA, not a hotel room. I haven't read the book, but that seems like a bad sign.