Marilyn: Don't Even Dream About Tomorrow
Sex, Lies, Her Murder, And The Great Cover-Up
Blood Moon proudly announces the immediate availability of a revised new edition of its widely reviewed, award-winning classic about the murder of Marilyn Monroe.
As stated by its publisher, Danforth Prince, “This is an improved version of the most successful and notorious book we ever published. Intensely controversial, it’s the personal statement of a devoted and deeply respected Marilyn expert whom the media defined after its publication as “The Master of Guilty Pleasures, the Proust of Pop Culture, and the Goethe of Gossip,” Darwin Porter.”
“We were awakened to the fact that original, first-edition copies of this “hysterically controversial” classic were selling as collectors’ oddities for three or four times their original retail price. And despite the passage of time (the suppresion of evidence associated with her murder began almost 60 years ago), her associations with The Kennedys and the Mob are still hot and still shocking. Perhaps as a distraction from more recent scandals associated with Covid and election politics, we wanted new generations of classic movie fans to realize, perhaps for the first time, just how murky “the swamp” associated with her death really is.”
Paperback 1-936003-30-9 / 978-1-936003-30-3
Trim size 6x9 Ppg 480