Bobby and Jackie: A Love Story
|Rating||:||4.26 (599 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||240 Pages|
He lived in Manhattan. Kennedy. David Heymann (1945-2012) is the author of several New York Times bestselling biographies, including Bobby and Jackie, American Legacy, The Georgetown Ladies' Social Club, and RFK: A Candid Biography of Robert F. C.
Voyeuristic In an email, Amazon has asked me to share my opinion regarding BOBBY and JACKIE: A LOVE STORY. I can describe it using one adjective: voyeuristic. I gave it a two-star rating only because I didn't hate the book -- at least, that is, the seven chapters that I read. The inventory of testaments from this and that friend or acquaintance about surreptitious kisses and fondling read like a dime store romance novel. It all simply grew tedious and superfluous.I bough. Lisa Pease said Heymann's work is simply not credible. My in-depth review of all of Heymann's work appears here: . I strongly encourage you to read the whole thing. Otherwise, here's a quick summary of just this book.Heymann's book is simply not credible. First of all - and let's clear this up before we begin - he is NOT a Pulitzer Prize "nominee." That term is reserved for people the Pulitzer Prize committee selected as finalists. Heymann was simply an entrant - meaning, his publisher submitted his book in the. "Pure crap" according to Anne E. Floyd. I barely got into this book before I set it aside. Having read "Five Presidents" and "The Kennedy Detail", the lack of scholarly research in this sorry excuse of a book was painfully obvious. It's nothing more than a compilation of rumors and trashy magazine conjectures. The Secret Service officers partying along with the president is such a load of crap - what's waste of my money!
Kennedy.Few writers have immersed themselves in the world of the Kennedys as completely or successfully as C. From New York Times bestselling author C. This is the book that readers will be talking about for years to come.. David Heymann, an in-depth and controversial look at the much talked about but never fully revealed relationship between Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Robert F. An open secret for decades among Kennedy insiders, their affair emerges from the shadows in an illuminating book that only the author of The Georgetown Ladies’ Social Club and American Legacy could produce. Now he draws on his impressive list of sources and impeccable insight to reveal the truth behind one of the most tantalizing relationships in American history.Readers have long been fascinated by the rumored love affair between Jackie Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy. With Bobby and Jackie, they will finally get behind-closed-doors access to the emotional connection between these two legendary figures. David Heymann, whose Jackie Kennedy Onassis biography, A Woman Named Jackie, reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list, sold more than a million copies in har
8). An Atria hardcover (Reviews, Jun. While Hill does convey an ample portion of the raw emotion behind Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' experiences with betrayal, grief, and the celebrity fishbowl in which she found herself, other players in the drama seem relegated to serve as relatively nondescript pawns inside a litany of Camelot misdeeds. From Publishers Weekly The adulterous action in Heymann's scandal-driven biography moves along at a brisk pace, and Dick Hill serves as an engaging reader but he misses the opportunity to take on the personas of a colorful cast of '60s political and pop culture icons, including Aristotle Onassis, Truman Capote, and Andy Williams. All rights reserved. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc.