The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe

The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe Donald H. Wolfe
  • Title: The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe
  • Author: Donald H. Wolfe
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe Donald H. Wolfe The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe s death has been shrouded in decades of deception conspiracy and lies Donald H Wolfe has written a startling portrait of the twentieth century s greatest film star that not only redef
    Marilyn Monroe s death has been shrouded in decades of deception, conspiracy, and lies Donald H Wolfe has written a startling portrait of the twentieth century s greatest film star that not only redefines her place in entertainment history but also reveals the secret conspiracy that surrounded her last days.In The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe, Wolfe confirms that the tragMarilyn Monroe s death has been shrouded in decades of deception, conspiracy, and lies Donald H Wolfe has written a startling portrait of the twentieth century s greatest film star that not only redefines her place in entertainment history but also reveals the secret conspiracy that surrounded her last days.In The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe, Wolfe confirms that the tragic actress was a homicide victim He documents the mode of death, and names those involved and those who participated in the cover up Filled with documented revelations, eye opening information about the dark secret in Marilyn s relationship with John and Robert Kennedy, and shocking details about the many bizarre events that took place at Marilyn s home the day she died, Donald H Wolfe s remarkable book is the culmination of than seven years of research It will change forever the way we view the life and death of this great star.
    • [AZW] È Free Download Ô The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe : by Donald H. Wolfe ✓
      Donald H. Wolfe

    About Donald H. Wolfe


    1. Donald H. Wolfe Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe book, this is one of the most wanted Donald H. Wolfe author readers around the world.


    273 Comments


    1. Lawd One of my favorite subgenres of nonfiction is The Kennedy s Murdered Marilyn Monroe genre.I find it endlessly entertaining and fascinating The way these authors invent twist facts to fit whatever theory they have Most of these books use the same sources who were long ago found to be liars and charlatans Robert Slatzer being the biggest charlatan of them all He claimed to have had a years long relationship with Marilyn and to even have secretly married her For the record no one who actually [...]

      Reply

    2. If ever there has been a death in history about which questions have been asked than answered, it must be that of Marilyn Monroe Donald H Wolfe has written another book since this 1998 edition called The Assassination of Marilyn Monroe 1999 , so there is no question where his sentiments lie The evidence he brings to the fore in the 450 pages of The Last Days, is mind boggling Clearly actors or actresses that have made their way to the top go and see a psychiatrist at some point or another for s [...]

      Reply

    3. Wow Fascinating book After reading this I truly believe she was murdered, and I think the murderers were correctly named So sad that she was just breaking out of her shell and becoming independent when she was silenced.

      Reply

    4. This biography begins with an account of Marilyn Monroe s last night, then proceeds to her life s story and finally ends, again, with a pointed account of her death Most of the text is the life story, presented very sympathetically The author s contention is that Monroe was murdered under the direction of Robert F Kennedy, then Attorney General, after his efforts to get her to promise silence about her affairs with himself and his brother, the president, failed Additionally, author Wolfe claims [...]

      Reply

    5. From the first page to the very last, Donald H.Wolfe entertains the reader with a thoroughly researched book that intertwines Hollywood, politics and national security into one In the middle of all this is a beautiful, but too trusting woman who today still is an Hollywood icon, long after her mysterious death You might not agreed with his final conclusion, but of all the thoeries on Marilyn Monroe s death I have heard over the years,it s the one that fits the puzzle the best Although I have rea [...]

      Reply

    6. Feeding my fascination with JFK and RFK and all the mysterious deaths associated with them I think Marilyn was very likely murdered on Kennedy orders because she threatened to spill the beans about her affairs with the brothers The book is mistitled, though it s not just the last days, but a full bio of Marilyn that covers her whole childhood and career.

      Reply

    7. This is a great book, but I ll admit that some chapters were quite disturbing to read I have always been convinced that Marilyn Monroe was murdered, and this book delivers enough facts to corroborate my belief The book is well researched and takes the reader through the painful labyrinth of deceit that led to Marilyn s death and the intricate cover up that took place after the event It s nauseating to read how TPTB went to any extent to disappear evidence on her case after her murder, and how wh [...]

      Reply

    8. I thought that the book was very interesting I didn t gain any insight into Miss Monroe, her comings and goings other than she seemed to be at least by the representation of the author to be very sad but trying to overcome what got her to that point I have always been interested in Marilyn Monroe but because of the fact that behind the studio publicity of her lovely face and body there was a brain there and she was really truly intellectual I was hoping to gain insight into that but sadly it [...]

      Reply

    9. Despite the fact filled nature of this book, Wolfe managed to keep the book moving with a novel like writing style I began it quite skeptical, but in the end couldn t help being convinced of the conspiracy against poor Norma Jean a victim her entire life, unable to escape her own naivete and the abuse of it by those she trusted.

      Reply

    10. This was a very good read It reinforced my belief that Marilyn was murdered Very well researched information, given in this book It s sad, dishearteningbut it s about time that truth gets out Although, she will never have justice, as her killer killers are long gone, at least the truth will be heard RIP Marilyn

      Reply

    11. Part One of this book is entitled Decades of Deception and to me this would serve as a perfectly fine title for the book in its entirety Much speculation, and a good read, but nothing definite or particularly revealing.

      Reply

    12. Terribly sad.

      Reply

    13. I thoroughly enjoyed this book Perhaps enjoyed is the wrong word It was a heartbreaker It took me forever to read through it because I wanted to fully understand what made Marilyn tick This beautiful woman with the fragile smile conveyed all her vulnerability in it I think this was much of her appeal It made men want to come to her rescue and protect her Fantasize that they could be the one, her Knight in shining armour To be the one to show her the love that would secure her Perhaps even save h [...]

      Reply

    14. A page turner.I spent the weekend compulsively reading it.The reporting actually seemed well documented to merough interviews with people who were there or the phone recordsofficial government documnts even though parts are redacted 1 The long gap of time between MM s time of death and the time when the police were called and 2 the information concerning the autopsy and the subsequent coverups or deflections from further investigation scream out This was not a self administered overdose.

      Reply

    15. Great book for any Marilyn Monroe fan It starts out with the night in question and dives right into all of the conspiracy theories hintJFK.

      Reply

    16. El libro es interesante A veces es la capacidad del escritor capaz de captar la atenci n del lector, mientras en otras ocasiones soy yo mismo que de lector me enamoro de los libros biogr ficos de la actriz Ciertamente en este volumen Donald H Wolfe como su dramaturgo est lleno de atenci n Y con muchos aspectos consigui completar la dolorosa vida de Norma Jeane Mortenson Probablemente haciendo un libro de los m s famosos del siglo XX.Durante la infancia la abuela de la actriz trat de ahogar a la [...]

      Reply

    17. Il libro interessante Tal volta l abilit dello scrittore che riesce a catturare l attenzione di chi legge, mentre altre volte sono io stesso che come lettore occasionale riesco a innamorarmi dei libri delle star Il certo che su questo volume Donald H Wolfe come suo drammaturgo prest molta attenzione Sotto molti aspetti riuscito a render completa l ex vita travagliata di Marilyn Monroe probabilmente riuscendo a fare anche uno dei libri del XX secolo dei pi famosi.Durante l infanzia pare che la no [...]

      Reply

    18. Norma Jeane needed her sleep so Marilyn Monroe could be reborn with the dawn I grew up watching stars I loved such as Britney Spears have meltdowns before our eyes it s heartbreaking Poor poor Marilyn Monroe I m not sure she ever had a chance especially after learning about her failed childhood abandoned by her mentally ill mother, her father refusing to meet her, and being shipped from orphanage to foster home and back again There are A TON of names in this account I mean honestly someone would [...]

      Reply

    19. I love all things Marilyn So I am biased when I say it was an interesting read and a good book Very detailed into those last few days But only she knows for sure, and she couldn t tell us Soo much cover up

      Reply

    20. Hm This was a strange book It s a most intriguing and engaging account of Marilyn Monroe s life, mostly centered on her last days.However Some warning bells go off in my head So much is written on the life and death of Marilyn, and so much of it is either incorrect, bad research or plain imagination, a fact that she herself contributed to, by lying about or exaggerating events in her life.This book mostly deals with the conspiracy theory of assassination by the government following the supposed [...]

      Reply

    21. Wow Extremely detailed fascinating account of the life and suspicions surrounding the death of MM Her childhood was heartbreaking, given away by her mother she spent her early years being passed around relatives, friends and orphanages, she never really knew any love or stability The account of her life was a real fairytale rags to riches journey, little Norma Jeane the true spelling desperately wanting to find happiness and creating the MM persona that was switched on every morning But she was [...]

      Reply

    22. I ve been reading this book for the last few days and like the really good read that it is, the author has sucked me in to Los Angeles and its environs in the post war years and those people who made a beeline for Hollywood, thinking that they could be discovered and take a short cut to fame and fortune Norma Jeane Mortensen was a dreamer, a girl who dreamed of being a star and for her it came true when she became Marilyn Monroe From a factory girl to model, and model to movie stardom and then t [...]

      Reply

    23. Maybe this should have been called Rambling Related to Marilyn Monroe Very little of the book actually discusses Marilyn s last days.The first part of the book keeps repeating vague insinuations based on the author s speculation It was tedious to get through this part Then the author flashes back and starts the beginning of Marilyn s life, and JFK s, and her psychiastrist, and some other random people.When the author finally did arrive at Marilyn s last days and his conclusion on who killed her, [...]

      Reply

    24. Even at the risk of sounding like on of those people who where an aluminum hat, I ll say that I ve always had my doubts about Marilyn Monroe s suicide It wasn t until I read this book, that I actually had something solid to use in my anti suicide argument I enjoyed reading this book, but it left me wanting Perhaps because the suicide story has been around so long I think I have unanswered questions mainly why was it so easy for everyone to cover up On than one occasion, I had tears in my eyes [...]

      Reply

    25. Interestingme pretty compelling evidence mixed with some very dubious theories based on single person accounts of what happened the day Marilyn died Wolfe s writing style vascillates between half decent and pretty friggin awful, so, there s that to contend with Whether you believe with his ultimate theory or not, there s definitely enough intrigue here to hold your interest No matter what happened to Marilyn Monroe, it s a tragedy that someone so loved and adored by the public was pretty much mi [...]

      Reply

    26. This started off at an amazing pace, opening with Marilyn s death The author then wound back and started from her birth, laying the groundwork for Marilyn s ultimate demise I personally found her life pretty boring, and this is where the author lost me a little bit Marilyn took a lot of pills and had a lot of sex It just got old Her marriages were alarming and heartbreaking I did really enjoy the portions where she was on set though and the book started picking back up for me when she was filmin [...]

      Reply

    27. This is a fascinating book even if the murder theory is not correct I like how Wolfe took information from previous researchers and biographers to create a solid account of her life and death I found the description of her death and its aftermath to be interesting than the biographical section.I d rank this with the top few books on Marilyn Monroe, like Anthony Summers Goddess, Donald Spoto s Marilyn Monroe A Biography, and Fred Guiles book.

      Reply

    28. This is a must read for a Marilyn fan She was just becoming the person she wanted to be, finding her voice in the world, breaking out of the sex symbol role Her life ended too soon and this book provides tons of evidence to support the theory that she did not commit suicide I am definitely looking at the government and specifically the Kennedy family in a new light now, as well as Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack Its disturbing to know what men in power are capable of, and get away with.

      Reply

    29. Very well researched, this is a detailed account of the life and death of Marilyn Monroe The lurid looking book jacket belittles the quality of this book The author has done his homework and reveals a portrait of a woman who was talented, bright, and a victim of her times It reads like a novel, but you come away with a pretty good idea of what really happened to this bright and intelligent woman.

      Reply

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *