Iconic Pin-Up Jeanne Carmen’s Wild Hollywood Ride Detailed in December Issue of PLAYBOY Netherlands
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Jan. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Brandon James, author of JEANNE CARMEN – MY WILD WILD LIFE As A New York Pin-Up Queen, Trick Shot Golfer & Hollywood Actress, has issued the following announcement: Stunning new details are now revealed on JEANNE CARMEN, JFK and MARILYN MONROE in PLAYBOY in the Netherlands.
This fascinating article can be downloaded at the blog www.jeannecarmen.wordpress.com.
Jeanne Carmen. Sex Goddess. Iconic Pin-up. Brilliant Golf Star. Queen of the B-movies, Mafia Girl and Lover of Elvis Presley. Jeanne Carmen was all that.
A Success Story of a Cunning Blonde Who Was More Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll than Marilyn Monroe.
John F Kennedy wanted nothing more than a threesome with his mistress Marilyn Monroe and her best friend Jeanne Carmen.
Carmen fled in 1953 to Hollywood, where she was soon admitted to the circle of stars who rejoiced in coke, booze and wild sex parties with all its beautiful colors.
This gave Carmen power to the many conspiracy theories that are in essence, that Marilyn was murdered by the Mafia, who wanted to discredit Bobby Kennedy, whose lives and their criminal activities he increasingly impeded.
“Everything I’ve done, I did at the right time,” Jeanne Carmen said, looking back just before her death. “And it turned out fantastic.”
“But my career has gone as it ought to go. A door opened and I was suddenly a famous pin-up. I have lived like a queen. “
On December 20, 2007, the intriguing Jeanne Laverne Carmen died at 77.
It marked the end of a regal life that cries out to be filmed as a motion picture.
If you want to know all the ins and outs of the turbulent life of Jeanne Carmen then check out the book with the impossibly long title JEANNE CARMEN – MY WILD WILD LIFE As A New York Pin-Up Queen, Trick Shot Golfer & Hollywood Actress. Writer Brandon James, the son of Jeanne, left no detail undiscussed in this biography about the life of his mother. The book is available at all major booksellers. Digital downloads are available on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/jeanne-carmen/id569403432?mt=11
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