A Woman Named Jackie: An Intimate Biography of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 766 pages
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The first book to present a comprehensive and coherent portrait of Jackie has been updated with more than 80 pages of new material, as well as new photographs. New chapters cover Jackie's life as a New York book editor, her blossoming relationship with diamond merchant Maurice Templesman, and the final, tragic weeks of her life. 16 pages of photos.

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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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C. David Heymann is the"New York Times "bestselling author of several biographies, including "Bobby and Jackie, American Legacy, The""Georgetown Ladies' Social Club", and "RFK: A Candid Biography of Robert F. Kennedy.?"He?lives and works in Manhattan.

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