It's sad when books like these come out because they're often touted as fact when there's no actual way of substantiating what's been said. We're basically trusting that Schiller hasn't fabricated this. Not that I think he did, but he wrote this decades after she died..... A pleasant read, but I wouldn't trust it as a reliable source.
A quick but insightful read into not only Marilyn Monroe's life, but the life of an aspiring photographer in the 1960s. Details of how Schiller secured the highest-paying magazine cover photo to date are as fascinating as Marilyn's behaviour during a photo shoot. May appeal to readers of My Week with Marilyn.
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