Praise for the author's The Girl: 'The Girl truly is a must-have. If I had my way, it would be on the shelf of every person in the world.
Praise for the author's The Little Book of Marilyn: A veritable treasure trove of all things Monroe.
Praise for When Marilyn Met the Queen: Morgan's research is impressive and the level of detail will delight fans
Praise for the author's Private and Undisclosed: A gorgeous collection offering a fascinating insight into Monroe's personal life.
Praise for When Marilyn Met the Queen: This entertaining account of a brief interlude in Marilyn's helter-skelter life leaves you with fresh admiration for the way she navigated the merciless scrutiny of the world and the hefty expectations placed upon her.
Praise for the author's The Body Beneath the Flagstones, and Other Victorian Scandals: Ghoulishly entertaining.
Praise for the author's The Ice Cream Blonde: This was a good read, especially for anyone interested in the heyday of Hollywood with all it's dirty little secrets.
Praise for the author's Private and Undisclosed: A touching portrayal of the star in her more private moments.
Praise for the author's The Ice Cream Blonde: Todd's life was an exciting one, and Morgan brings it to life very well on the page, making the book one to be devoured in just a couple of sittings.
Praise for the author's The Girl: This compelling portrait of Marilyn Monroe reveals the layers of her private self. Michelle Morgan proves that the star was much more than a decorative blonde.
Praise for the author's Madonna: If there is a book that you need to include in your Madonna collection, it is this one.
Praise for the author's The Ice Cream Blonde: The Ice Cream Blonde is well worth your time. It's a very enjoyable and informative read that I found hard to put down.
Praise for the author's Carole Lombard: An entertaining and lucid biography.
Praise for the author's Madonna: A must-have for fans of the Queen of pop, this gorgeous tome by Michelle Morgan charts the singer's career and features more than 200 photographs.
Praise for the author's The Body Beneath the Flagstones, and Other Victorian Scandals: This is a great book for dipping into . . . the cases themselves are written engagingly and with appealing dramatization of key events.