A Hero for Our Time: An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years
"Revealing, sympathetic, shocking." The Boston Globe
The National Bestseller, the portrait of one of the most best loved and most hated presidents in American history, whose appetites for power and sex were equally consuming, and who is more controversial in death than he ever was alive.
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The Passing of the Torch
The Young Years
The Path to Power
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