Jackie After Jack: Portrait of the Lady
Jack was the love of my life. No one will ever know a big part of me died with him. Jackie Kennedy was only thirty-four when Camelot ended with a blaze of gunfire on November 22, 1963. Here Christopher Andersen draws on previously sealed archival material and newly declassified documents to paint a sympathetic, yet often startling portrait of Jackie in all her complexity. Alone after Dallas, Jackie summoned the strength and dignity to go on ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Whisper1 - LibraryThing
I gave this 3.5 stars. While it was certainly interesting, it took a long time to slog through it. Some times trashy, and then at other times engaging, it is difficult to know what was true and untrue ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - briandrewz - LibraryThing
Found this to be a highly engaging biography of Jackie's life following her first marriage. The thing that really gets me, though, is that people still call John Jr. "John-John". The Kennedys have ... Read full review