The classic, definitive biography of Marilyn Monroe, now updated in the year of the 50th anniversary of the iconic star's death She was born Norma Jeane but the world knew and loved her as Marilyn. Her life was one of unprecedented fame and private misery, her death a tragedy surrounded by mysteries. Drawing on first-hand interviews Anthony Summers offers both a classic biography and a shockingly revealing account of the screen goddess's relations with John and Robert Kennedy. 'The definitive story of the legend ... more convincing at every page - told with all the coldness of truth and the authority of the historian, but at the end of it we still love Marilyn' Maeve Binchy, Irish TimesaIn the last months of Marilyna#39;s life, Bernie Spindel came out to California and wanted me to engineer the wiring of her ... He offered facilities and field operatives, whom he has named; and he continued to send the results to Spindel . ... It was from his operatives, and from a police source a Otash said a that he learned of Marilyna#39;s claim that she was pregnant. ... There was talk of a rendezvous at a location in Virginia, and of Robert Kennedy having failed to meet Marilyn at Lake Tahoe.
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