Don Wolfe

Donald H. Wolfe is the author of "The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe", which became an international bestseller and Literary Guild Selection. In Hollywood, California, where he was born and raised, Wolfe became a film editor at Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros., where he worked on "All the President's Men" and became a screenwriter for Steven Spielberg. A contributor to the "New York Times" and "Paris-Match", Wolfe now lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children.