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The Life and Death of Jean Harlow

Book - 1993 | 1st ed.
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After 56 years, Stenn persuaded Harlow's family, friends, colleagues and employers to break their silence and provide previously sealed legal, financial and medical records, which solved the mystery of her death. His account is confirmed by scores of exclusive interviews with eyewitness sources.
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1993.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780385421577
0385421575
Branch Call Number: 921 H286s
Characteristics: xii, 370 p. : ill.

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jessica_ebacher
Feb 09, 2016

This biography of 30s film icon Jean Harlow approaches her story in a matter of fact way. It's thoroughly researched and simply written, and if you want a "just the facts, ma'am" background of her life and death, it does that very well. I found it dispassionate, though, and I don't feel like I have any idea of who Harlow was as a person, despite knowing all the major events of her life.

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