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“He painstakingly examines day-to-day events, sorting through fact and myth to uncover the real story.” ―Library Journal
“A meticulously detailed look at the year and a half leading up to Marilyn's death.” ―The Huffington Post
“Meticulously researched…unlocks the mystery surrounding the final hours of Hollywood's favourite blonde.” ―Sunday Express (UK)
“Shocking and frank, Badman's work is a piece of investigative journalism worthy of the highest accolades.” ―Record Collector (UK)
KEITH BADMAN is the author of several pop culture books, including The Beach Boys, Beatles Off the Record and Good Times and Bad Times: The Definitive Diary of the Rolling Stones 1960–1969.
Mr. Badman lacks an understanding of show business, American culture and human nature that would be essential to write about a life like Marilyn Monroe's. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
To many inconsistencies, it was difficult to even give it one star! He obviously just wants to make money off of Marilyn Monroe! Ok couldn't even finish it!Published 10 months ago by Elizabeth T Eljaiek
A good book with lots of good facts. Some of the things that happened to her at the end
of her life were disturbing. Read more
This book presents a negative viewpoint. I felt the writer didn't like Marilyn and his book reflects his opinionPublished 13 months ago by Melody Bolster
I really enjoyed reading this book. You can really have a lot of respect for Marilyn Monroe. Very much feel sorry for her and you just never want to get to the part where she dies. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Maureen Wibbenmeyer
The seller, the price, the book were all excellent. Great read about how the Kennedy's and Peter Lawford were involved in her death. Could not put it down.Published 16 months ago by Jerry Quinn
Interesting book but not much new. The author claims to have the absolute truth but his absolute truths are no more than his personal suppositions. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Georgia Vlahos