America's Queen: The Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

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Viking, 2000 - Celebrities - 690 pages
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was and is an icon for women. Beautiful, exquisitely dressed, cultivated, gracious, a little mysterious and almost regal, she personifies the way we would like all our world leaders' wives to be.

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User Review  - JoWright - LibraryThing

A decent book... given the author's credentials, I expected more fact and less hearsay/ gossip... a bit too gossipy at times for me...and the amount of time spent on the philandering of the Kennedy ... Read full review

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User Review  - Freisianbeauty - LibraryThing

I love everything to do with the sixties, but I found this to be like swimming through concrete. It isn't a people friendly book at all. I found the start incredibly boring (Sorry) but only started to ... Read full review


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Sarah Bradford is a historian & biographer. She is the best-selling author of several biographies including "Disraeli," selected as a "New York Times" Notable Book of the Year; "George VI," "Prince Grace," & "The New York Times" bestseller "Elizabeth.

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