"Angelina Jolie is a woman who lives in plain sight. But what you see is certainly not what you get, as I discovered when I started to look at the reality of her life as opposed to the public image," the New York Daily News quoted Morton as saying.
"I think my biography will genuinely change the way people view her — and the way she sees herself." On Jolie"s obsession with death Morton said: "She wants to see what it's like on the other side. It's not that she wants to kill herself; she is curious about the experience of death."
Morton, who became famous with his sensational best-selling bio 'Diana: Her True Story" has promised that his latest book, due out Aug. 3, would expose the woman he describes as "one of the most fascinating and enigmatic celebrities on the planet" for who she really is.
"Over the last year, I have spoken to everyone from ambassadors to directors, fellow actors and even her one-time drug dealer to present a compelling portrait of a beguiling yet elusive woman," added Morton.