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Saturday, 28 July 2007


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Question: What’s so special about Marilyn Monroe Returns: The Healing of a Soul, that unlike the hundreds of biography books on Marilyn Monroe, which have saturated the market, makes it a completely different story, and “reminiscent of the 1956 bestseller: The Search for Bridey Murphy,” as per Los Angeles Times?


Answer: The book’s narrative arc, rather than being primarily intent as a proof of the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe, is an extraordinary story of Sherrie Lea Laird’s HEALING process, of suicidality, depression, bad personal relationships, anxiety and alcohol and drug addiction, through reincarnation therapy and spiritual healing by Adrian Finkelstein, M.D., which transformed both their lives.


If this was true for Sherrie Lea, it could be for everyone. Reading this book is an inspiration for everyone’s healing.


For Immediate Release

Author and Sherrie Lea Laird Available for Interview

Sara Sgarlat, Publicity Director
Hampton Roads Publishing Company

434-296-2772 ext. 49

or Peter Gross ext. 47


Author's Publicity Agent:

Jennifer Byrne


Author's Office Manager:

Shulah Levy


Marilyn Monroe Returns! PAPERBACK!

In Marilyn Monroe Returns: The Healing of a Soul, newly released paperback, on July 2007, board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Adrian Finkelstein presents astonishing evidence that a patient he has treated over a span of eight years, Canadian pop singer Sherrie Lea Laird, is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe.

Dr. Finkelstein presents the dramatic results of videotaped past-life regressions in which Sherrie, under hypnosis, provides new details about Marilyn’s life, including her involvement with the Kennedy brothers, and describes how Marilyn really died. As a classically trained physician, Dr. Finkelstein backs up the results of the regressions, which are supported by current peer-reviewed medical research on hypnosis, with evidence of biometric similarities between the two women, including facial bone structure, handwriting, voice pattern, and personality quirks. He also examines the phenomenon of reincarnation from a scientific standpoint, presenting the case studies and research that made him a believer.

Marilyn Monroe Returns takes readers inside Marilyn’s world, revealing for the first time the inner thoughts and feelings of the world’s most famous sex symbol. You don’t have to be a believer to be fascinated by this detective story of a doctor and patient team in search of Marilyn, and even outright skeptics will be intrigued by the eerie similarities between Marilyn and Sherrie Lea and the completely new revelations about Marilyn’s life—and death.

The hardcover book was favorably featured, during the second half of 2006, primarily due to Marilyn Monroe’s celebrity status. Such features appeared on front pages of major newspapers, such as the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, New York Daily News, Pittsburgh Tribune, Detroit’s Macomb Daily News, the Sunday Telegraph and Stella Magazine in the UK, and Eve Magazine in the UK. It was featured on CNN’s Showbiz Tonight, MSNBC’s Scarborough Country, BBC, Coast to Coast Radio, W Radio, Sirius Satellite Radio, Jay Thomas Show, GM TV in the UK, Japanese TV, and numerous other publications, radio, and TV media all over the world. Also, the book was favorably reviewed by Library Journal, recommending it to university libraries, and recommended by Publishers Weekly, which found it as “unparalleled” and a ready-made screenplay.

Adrian Finkelstein, M.D. is a board-certified psychiatrist currently on the teaching staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and in private practice in Malibu, California. He has served as chief of outpatient psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center, and as an assistant professor of psychiatry at the Chicago Medical School, Rush Medical School, and the UCLA School of Medicine, and received his medical training from the Hadassah Medical School at Hebrew University in Israel and the world-prestigious Menninger School of Psychiatry in Topeka, Kansas, where he graduated with the first distinguished research award on mind over matter. Sherrie Lea Laird, who goes by the stage name Sherrie Lea, is a Canadian pop singer whose dance remix of “No Ordinary Love” topped the charts in Canada and Europe.

For more information or to order, go to:

ISBN 978-1--57174-555-2 • Paperback w/ more than 50 color & b/w photos • $16.95


Please visit our new web page: On its first page you will find the newly added youtube: Combo of the interviews of Sherrie Lea Laird and Dr. Adrian Finkelstein on CNN, MSNBC, Japanese TV and BBC.


IT’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! Unfortunately, this is a societal-cultural affirmation, especially in the western world, which automatically precludes any thing more than ordinary to be true. Thus, extraordinary things which happen to be true are automatically brushed away as “hog wash,” “cunning,” “self-interest serving,” “looking for money and/or fame,” and the name-calling may become even much nastier.

Marilyn Monroe’s reincarnation in the person of the young top-of-the-charts Scottish-Canadian pop singer, Sherrie Lea Laird, sadly fits into this societal-cultural mold.

In order for the highly acclaimed MARILYN MONROE RETURNS: THE HEALING OF A SOUL—the book documenting this remarkable and unparalleled story of the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe, by major national and international media and TV networks, to get also accepted by the large public, one has to have the courage in due time, to relinquish the above false belief, and give this book a chance, first, by reading it. After reading this book, it is certain one would wholeheartedly recommend it to relatives and friends to read it too.

In this manner Los Angeles Times statement that this book “is reminiscent of the 1956 bestseller The Search for Bridey Murphy,” will get the well deserved public attention.

After all, starting June 10, 2007, MARILYN MONROE RETURNS: THE HEALING OF A SOUL, was newly released in paperback by Hampton Roads Publishing Company, and by this time, around the 45th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death, August 5, 2007, it can be found or ordered through the publishing company, Borders bookstores, Barnes & Noble, other bookstores and