A woman named Jackie

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Penguin Group USA, Inc, May 9, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 739 pages
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In this intimate portrait of the world's most famous and elusive woman, we learn really went on in the Kennedy White House, aboard the Onassis yacht, in the raising of the two Kennedy children, and so much more. A Woman Named Jackie is a startling account of the complexities and contradictions of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy's fascinating life and character.

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User Review  - JCLHeatherM - LibraryThing

As a bibliophile who has read dozens of books on Jackie and the Kennedys, this title remains at the top of my list and a personal favorite due to the depth and great attention given to the former ... Read full review

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User Review  - annabel_mc - LibraryThing

I am currently reading this book, however I am finding it a bit of a struggle, The author refers to and quotes so many people, that I find it a bit confusing. I don't think the book flows very well, bits of it are very interesting, but at some bits I am just bored. Read full review

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About the author (1990)

C. David Heymann is the internationally known author of such bestselling books a" Bobby and Jackie", " Liz: An Intimate Biography of Elizabeth Taylor, "and "A Woman Named Jackie: An Intimate Biography of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis". Three of his works have been made into award-winning NBC-TV miniseries. He lives and works in Manhattan.

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