|LC Classifications||PN2287.W59 L36 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||2003047578|
Suzanne Finstad is the award-winning author of the New York Times bestseller Natalie Wood: The Complete Biography (previously published as Natasha), named the best film book of by the San Francisco l of her books, including the bestseller Sleeping with the Devil, have been adapted into d's works also include Child Bride: The Untold Story of Priscilla Beaulieu /5(20). Natalie Wood’s death: New book challenges Robert Wagner’s accident claim ‘Natalie Wood’s death wasn’t an accident. Somebody pushed her,’ says doctor, who was present at her On Novem , the body of actress Natalie Wood, star of such acclaimed films as Miracle on 34th Street, Rebel Without a Cause and West Side Story, was found floating in Author: Tim Ott. View the profiles of people named Natalie Wood. Join Facebook to connect with Natalie Wood and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to.
Natalie Wood is vividly recalled by a loving daughter in the HBO doc '`Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind.' Her tragic death at 43 is just part of the story. In the book, Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour, Davern and co-author Marti Rulli allege that Wagner pushed Wood off the yacht to her death. Rulli appeared on Kelly's show alongside Davern Author: Evan Real. The year-old has opened up for the first time since her mother's death in her new book More Than Love, An Intimate Portrait of My Mother, Natalie Wood . Natalie Wood appeared to have the perfect marriage but its foundation was shaken when she reportedly caught her husband having an affair with their live-in butler. The shocking revelation comes from a new biography of Wood written by Suzanne Finstad, who claims to have heard the news from three of Wood's close friends, according to the Daily : Zoe Papadakis.
Natalie Wood was an actress who starred in 'Rebel Without a Cause' and 'West Side Story.' She died tragically, drowning during a boating trip in Born: ‘Natalie Wood’s death wasn’t an accident. Somebody pushed her,’ says doctor, who was present at her autopsy, in a new book. In , Davern published a book about Wood's death, Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour, and it caught the eye of a Washington, D.C., patent lawyer named Vincent DeLuca, who describes himself as. The part audio documentary is now available on iTunes, and breaks new ground on Hollywood’s most enduring, and tragic, murder mystery, as Author: Us Weekly Staff.