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01-Nov-2021 • Actor News
Bond girl Lana Wood, who played Plenty O'Toole in the 1971 James Bond film 'Diamonds Are Forever' is publishing a new book with her account of the mysterious death of her famous sister Natalie Wood.
In her new memoir, Lana investigates the mysterious drowning of her sister, Natalie, and clears up the myths and misconceptions behind one of the most notorious celebrity deaths of our time.
A special book launch event will take place on November 9th at 6pm CST. It will be streaming online via Murder Books' YouTube channel.
On the night of November 29, 1981, Natalie Wood disappeared from her yacht, the Splendour, while visiting Catalina Island with her husband, Robert “R.J.” Wagner and their friend, Christopher Walken. The beloved movie star’s tragic drowning shook America, inspiring troves of magazine covers and media pieces. What was originally believed to be an open-and-shut case of accidental drowning has been called into question over the years, and in 2011 the investigation was reopened. In 2018, at the urging of the public, it was reclassified as “suspicious.”
Ever since, the question has remained: What really happened to Natalie Wood?
'Little Sister: My Investigation into the Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood' is available to pre-order now ahead of its release next week via Amazon (US).