Jacqueline Bouvier: An Intimate Memoir

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Wiley, Jul 31, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
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Critical Acclaim for Jacqueline Bouvier John Davis's intimate memoir of his beloved first cousin "Readers longing for a dignified and elegant approach to Jackie's early years will enjoy this biographical gem by John H. Davis." --Boston Herald "Goes a long way to highlight the formative influence of her privileged back-ground and her warm relationship with her father, the philandering Jack (Black Jack) Bouvier." --Los Angeles Times "Re-creates a colorful, fast-fading slice of American life as it flourished in the shadows of toll hedges and long lineages." --The Miami Herald "The most charming and reliable in the batch [of Jackie books] is Davis's memoir." --The Atlanta Journal and Constitution "Entertaining, a guilty pleasure." --The Associated Press "This tender memoir of Jackie's early years sheds much light on the future woman we all wanted to know but never could." --The Star-Ledger (Newark)

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This very evocative book by the late Mrs. Onassis's cousin is as much a nostalgic look at a vanished way of life as it is a memoir of Jacqueline Bouvier from her birth in 1929 until her marriage to ... Read full review

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Ghapter Two
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Ghapter Pour
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Ghapter Five
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About the author (1996)

JOHN H. DAVIS is the author of the critically acclaimed The Bouviers, The Kennedys, and The Guggenheims. He lives in New York City.

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