Some reactions to MY SISTER MARILYN:

"Their story is quite extraordinary."
London Daily Mail

"...a different image..."
Tele Z (Paris)

"...explains the mystery..."
Spettacoli (Rome)

"...translates an American legend into flesh and blood...MY SISTER MARILYN is a big hug across the decades to a sweet, talented, loving girl." Life Magazine

"...this portrait of Marilyn is irreplaceable." Entertainment Weekly

"This is a deeply intimate book...that makes Monroe come alive...[she] emerges not merely as a troubled star but as a woman concerned throughout her life with family." Booklist

"MY SISTER MARILYN condemns the insane appetite our culture has for details about celebrities' makes for thought-provoking reading." Salisbury Post

"...a highly literary, readable account." The Bookwatch

"MY SISTER MARILYN tells an unfamiliar story...this book is really different." Time Out



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