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All the Available Light: A Marilyn Monroe Reader
by Yona Zeldis McDonough (Editor)
Paperback: 228 pages
Touchstone Books; ISBN: 0684873923;
by Andre de Dienes, Steve Crist
Hardcover from TASCHEN America Llc
The Marilyn Encyclopedia
by Adam Victor
Despite his obvious devotion as a fan, Victor is remarkably evenhanded in his choice of the quotes and anecdotes sprinkled throughout the book. The reader cannot help but be left with the impression that, for all her magical appeal, Monroe may well have been a trying person to deal with on a day-to-day basis. This is the perfect book for the dedicated fan who wants to know everything--no, really, everything--about Marilyn Monroe.
 --Ali Davis -
Marilyn Monroe : Cover to Cover
by Clark Kidder (Editor)
Paperback - 160 pages
Krause Publications; ISBN: 0873417402
Marilyn Monroe : The Complete Last Sitting
by Bert Stern
Hardcover - 464 pages
Schirmer/Mosel Verlag Gmbh; ISBN: 3823854836
Marilyn-Her Life in Her Own Words : Marilyn Monroe's Revealing Last Words and Photographs
by George Barris

My Story
by Marilyn Monroe, et al

Cursum Perficio : Marilyn Monroe Brentwood Hacienda: The Story of Her Final Months
by Gary Vitacco-Robles

Blonde Heat: The Sizzling Screen Career of Marilyn Monroe
by Richard Buskin

Be Marilyn : A Glamorous Guide to Living Blonde
by Gailyn Addis

Marilyn Monroe : Photographs 1945-1962 (Schirmer's Visual Library)
by Truman Capote

The Marilyn Diaries
by Charles Casillo
Paperback: 199 pages
Charles Casillo; ISBN: 0967761700; (December 17, )
Marilyn Monroe
by Barbara Leaming

Marilyn Memorabilia: Putting a Price on the Priceless Performer
by Clark Kidder
(Paperback -- February )

Marilyn Monroe Paper Dolls
by Tom Tierney
(Paperback - July 1980)

Marilyn Monroe (Pocket Essentials)
by Paul Donnelley

The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe
by Donald H. Wolfe, D. W. Wolfe

Marilyn Monroe in Hollywood : A Guide
by Marsha Bellavance-Johnson

Falling for Marilyn : The Lost Niagara Collection
by Jock Carroll
Sixty excellent photographs shot on location during the filiming of Miss Monroe's first film, Niagara, when whe was only 26. 
Marilyn Monroe personified Hollywood glamour with a glow and energy that continue to enamor the world. Her alluring beauty, voluptuous curves, generous pout, and apparent vulnerability and innocence have endeared her to global consciousness for more than fifty years. The fascination with Marilyn is still pervasive. In 2000, Marilyn was featured in Gadfly, Architectural Digest, Playboy, GQ, and the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" dress sold for a record 1.26 million. When former Army MP James Webb discovered photos of Marilyn in his attic that have never been published or seen outside of his family, he knew he had discovered something historic. Those photos are published for the first time in this book, which features Marilyn during the 1954 "Anything Goes" USO Tour of Korea. She often said performing in Korea was her favorite personal remembrance and remarked, "I never thought I had an effect on people until I was in Korea." This bookr will be a must-have for the many Marily Monroe fans and will certainly develop into a collector's item.
Hardcover - 112 pages
Metro Books; ISBN: 1567994113

Marilyn Monroe 2012 Calendar
BrownTrout Publishers
Listed under Movie Calendars

To Norma Jeane with Love, Jimmie
by Jim Dougherty
Paperback - 220 pages (January 1, )
Science & Humanities Press; ISBN: 1888725516 
Special Order

Legend : The Life and Death of Marilyn Monroe
by Fred Lawrence Guiles
(Paperback - April 1991)
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Some Like It Hot (Special Edition) (1959) DVD
~ Marilyn Monroe
Listed under Marilyn Monroe Movies

Marilyn Monroe Collectibles: A Comprehensive Guide to the Memorabilia of an American Legend
by Clark Kidder
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Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul.
- Marilyn Monroe (6/1/1926-1962)

Isn't there any other part of the matzo you can eat? 
- Marilyn Monroe, after being served matzoball soup three meals in a row.

I don't mind living in a man's world as long as I can be a woman in it. 
- Marilyn Monroe

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