Marilyn Monroe by Jack V. Hattem Ph. D
Murder - by Consent: A Psychologist's Journey With Death

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" Dr. Jack Hattem first became interested in Marilyn Monroe's death at the Suicide Prevention Center in Los Angeles in 1962. After three decades as a Clinical Psychologist he decided to write a factual account of the real circumstances in which she died.

This book is a unique view of Marilyn Monroe, despite the millions of words written about her. It is the result of a research study into toxic relationshops exactly like Marilyn's, where one person tries to drive another to kill themselves.

It is about Marilyn's psychiatric condition and how her psychiatric mistreatment led to her death.

The author, for the first time, offers a psychological view of Marilyn Monroe's life which explains most of her troubled relationships and her addictions.

This book is about the author's need to understand why people choose to kill themselves. It ends with a conspiracy hidden over forty five years.

This book is about why Marilyn died, how she died, and who was directly responsible for her death! Even the Cuban missile crisis played a role in her death.

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Published December 5, 2011 by Trafford. 155 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Sarah Churchwell's intent in this book isn't to unveil the real Monroe but to show how she's been turned into an icon and a myth.

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