Download J Randy Taraborrelli - The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe PDF eBookNorma Jeane Mortenson, or worldly famous with her “stage name” Marilyn Monroe, was indisputably one of the most phenomenal and significant icons in popular culture. As a movie star, she achieved glorious fame and fortune and is still probably considered as the number one Hollywood actress with movies such as Some Like It Hot, Seven Year Itch, Niagara, Asphalt Jungle, and some others. As a well-known public figure, her life was surrounded by other powerful, prominent persons (including the Kennedy brothers, Jack and Bobby) and from those relationships rumors came out to surround her life forever.
Many biographies had been written about her throughout the decades following her death. With his Marilyn Monroe biography, New York Times bestselling author J. Randy Taraborrelli offers relatively new eye-opening revelations that he has compiled based on what he calls “fresh research” on the legendary actress’ life, the events, rumors, and persons around her. Taraborrelli himself is a well-known author for bios he made for other legends including Grace Kelly, Liz Taylor, Frank Sinatra, and Diana Ross.
With availability of new sources that were released due to the Freedom of Information Act in 2006, Taraborrelli then had the ground to publicly put out some legal and (used to be) confidential documents like the three-page document written by anonymous FBI agent recording the affair between Monroe and Robert F. Kennedy. In conducting his research for this book, Taraborrelli relied more on interviews with people close to Monroe (Dean Martin, Janet Leigh, and even Secret Service agents). He also delved into unpublished notes, journal, and articles written earlier by the journalists of the 50’s. With all the data, J. Randy Taraborrelli fluidly and intimately presents the warmth, anxiety, and desolation of the iconic actress in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe.
PDF eBook Details• Author: J. Randy Taraborrelli;
• Genre/Subject: Biography;
• Language: English;
• PDF Pages: 298;
(Page count might be different due to scanning or formatting)
• File Size: 7 MB;