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The Privilege of Controversy... ...and Marilyn.
Price: $6.00 USD. Words: 1,310. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Entertainment industry, Nonfiction » True Crime » Assassinations and Conspiracies
Love or hate Marilyn Monroe, she had secrets, a lot of them exposed on transcripts with her psychiatrist. The truth she left behind.
Bloody Murdock
Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 68,360. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2013 by Camel Press. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled
PI and ex-cop Matt Murdock is hired to look into the suspicious death of Gayla Jean Kirkwood, a beautiful starlet and good-time girl. Who would want Gayla Jean dead? A scorned lover? Someone at the chic club where she worked? The men who paid to photograph her naked? As his investigation continues, Murdock will discover just how dirty deals in Hollywood can get.
The Tragic Life of Film Actress Lynne Baggett
Price: $3.75 USD. Words: 3,260. Language: English. Published: March 19, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Celebrity biography, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Biography
Lynne Baggett was not a successful film star. The highlight of her career was a 1948 marriage to Hollywood producer Sam Spiegel. She played mostly uncredited parts in movies. Baggett experienced a spiral of despair which led to suicide in 1960. Like Marilyn Monroe pills were found close to her bedside. Unique to Lynne was her progressive disintegration after a car accident that killed a young man.
Saving Marlilyn
Price: Free! Words: 28,190. Language: English. Published: July 20, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
If you could travel back in time to save someone’s life, would you do it? Whose life would you save? These were questions Claire Callahan asked herself. "Yes," was her first answer, and "Marilyn Monroe" was the second. But she forgot one tiny question, “What about the repercussions?”