Yesterday's Blonde by Mark Bunyan
Marilyn Monroe had woken up on the morning of the fifth of August 1962?
James Dean had not died in that car accident after filming Giant?
And what if Marilyn had gone to the top to find a father for her child?
A delicious, lesser-known gay classic that dares to indulge in the proposition of what would happen if Marilyn Monroe and James Dean lived to find a refuge in each other's lives.
Second-hand paperback copy in good condition.
"A comic masterpiece" - Him magazine
"A pearl of a book" - Reporter, Stockholm
"Certainly preferable to the sludge and slurry of lust and neurosis usually poured over the memory of poor Norma-Jean" - Time Out, London
"Great fun" - Gay Times
"Delightfully amusing, .. well worth reading" - The Pink Paper
Imprint: Brazen Books
Publication Date: 4 September 1989
Type: Second hand