Marilyn Monroe Unveiled: A Family History
Author: Jason Edward Kennedy
(Avec la contribution de Jennifer Jean Miller)
Date de sortie: 11 Février 2016
Broché 384 pages
Dimensions: 21,6 x 2,2 x 27,9 cm
Éditeur: J.J. Avenue Productions
Prix éditeur: 47,79 Euros
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Description: This explosive and historic must-have book will change the entire way readers view the life and death of Marilyn Monroe. Written by relatives of Marilyn Monroe, the authors painstakingly unravel the myths that have suffocated her legacy for over 50 years. These myths have been regurgitated in biography after biography, depicting Marilyn as an orphan girl and leaving her expansive lineage out of the equation. The facts support that Marilyn was surrounded with family, and many members were upstanding citizens who contributed greatly to their communities. However, Hollywood, Marilyn’s New York “friends,” and her therapists insulated Marilyn in order to profit off of the ultimate “Cinderella Story.” That story was the myth of Marilyn Monroe, which was created to suffocate the truth behind Norma Jeane Mortenson and her family history. It was eventually this forged fairy-tale path and this cast of characters that squeezed funds out of Marilyn Monroe, as well as the final breaths out of the legendary star. The heirs of the opportunists who fleeced Marilyn of both her life and earnings still garner monies through her name today.
The Author: Jason Edward Kennedy is Marilyn Monroe’s second cousin once removed (his grandmother Rebecca Esther (Hogan) Fritz was Gladys Monroe’s first cousin). Getting the word out about Marilyn and investigating into the Cinderella myths holds a great importance to him because the cast of characters (and descendents of theirs) in Marilyn’s financial extortion and murder continue to perpetuate the myths that keep Marilyn’s legacy in their corner for their own profit. Jason was featured in the November 3, 2014 CLOSER Weekly Magazine: “Marilyn's Hidden Diary Reveals: It Wasn't Suicide EXCLUSIVE: Marilyn Monroe's Friends and Family Talk About Her Mysterious and Tragic Death” Jason also served honorably for four years in the United States Navy as an Aircraft Electrician and Helicopter Plane Captain. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He also graduated from the Prehospital Care program at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA - Emergency Medical Technician. Jennifer Jean Miller has held a love of writing since childhood and turned it into her career almost a decade ago. She is an investigative reporter, known for her compelling, in-depth and objective features, with a quest to not leave stones unturned. Jennifer was awarded the Media and Entertainment Award from the New Jersey Governor’s Council for Mental Health Stigma in 2010 for objective and sensitive reporting on mental health issues. Jennifer runs the news site InsideScene.com and has worked for news outlets including Straus News and Reuters (with Reuters she was the State Director for New Jersey for the Reuters/Ipsos Election Reporting Program). As an Investigative Reporter, she was interviewed for an Oxygen Network episode of Snapped: Killer Couples. Jennifer has been also interviewed about Marilyn Monroe, appearing on segment on German TV, and also for the upcoming documentary What Ever Happened to Norma Jeane? She has already penned two books, Marilyn Monroe & Joe DiMaggio – Love In Japan, Korea & Beyond, as well as Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America Book, Stanhope and Byram. As a lifetime admirer of Marilyn Monroe’s, sharing the truth about her life and death have both been paramount to her. Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Cortland in French Secondary Education with a minor in Political Science. She also studied at the University of Neuchâtel in Switzerland.
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