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SILENCED New Evidence In the Mysterious Deaths Of Marilyn Monroe & Dorothy Kilgallen

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SILENCED New Evidence In the Mysterious Deaths Of Marilyn Monroe & Dorothy Kilgallen

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This unique, (7x10), 600-page book is not only an engrossing and intimate BIOGRAPHY of two enigmatic women, (with many colorful and fascinating details of their lives), it also explores the mysteries surrounding their deaths, with NEW information never previously revealed. Marilyn Monroe was the movies' Mona Lisa. Dorothy Kilgallen was called the greatest female writer in the world by Ernest Hemingway. Just one day before Marilyn died, Dorothy brazenly printed enough clues in her nationally syndicated newspaper column to link the actress to Robert Kennedy.

Irrefutable evidence confirms RFK visited Monroe unexpectedly hours before her death. Kilgallen publicly challenged the cover up of how MM died, and later was found dead under eerily similar circumstances: alone in bed, late at night, with a long delay before police were called. The death scenes seemed staged. Both posed a threat to powerful interests: Marilyn due to her involvement with the Kennedys, and Dorothy because she threatened to expose the truth behind JFK's assassination.

The two women were being simultaneously surveilled by the FBI, CIA and the mafia. They each confided to friends they knew dangerous secrets, and within hours prior to their deaths, confronted men in their lives whose alibis were easily challenged. Key witnesses were never interviewed; those who were, told conflicting stories. There were perfunctory investigations, glaring contradictions between autopsy results and the implausible "official" findings, disappearing forensic evidence and the premature announcement of the cause of death before any factual basis could be determined. Important and confidential papers went missing and friends were certain the women had been murdered.

The intriguing overlap between Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen and the colorful lives they lead has never been explored until now. 

Award-winning investigative journalists Larry Jordan and Sara Jordan-Heintz dispel rumors and present new facts in this meticulously researched true crime thriller!


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