Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

A Life Beyond Her Wildest Dreams

Book - 2014
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Despite her unprecedented fame, most Americans know very few details about Jackie's emotional and romantic life in the aftermath of her marriages to and American president and subsequently to one of the world's richest men. The publication of this book will change all that, thanks to the years its authors have spent digging up indiscreet tales about the emotional entanglement of a woman whose romantic and sex life continued at full throttle through multiple menfolk and multiple partners most of them rich, famous, and very very quotable.
Publisher: [New York] : Blood Moon Productions, Ltd., [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781936003396
Branch Call Number: 973.922 ONASS PORTE
Characteristics: 707 pages : portraits ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Prince, Danforth
Notes: Includes index


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145e Feb 26, 2015

Trash raised to an art form, but entertaining at times. In order to have access to the conversations quoted here, the author would have had to have microphones permanently implanted into the vagina of the former First Lady.

Sep 04, 2014

quite long, quite repetitive. full of salacious details. tough to say if it's true or not. definitely NSFW.

misterz16 Aug 18, 2014

AWFUL! Garbage - a river of sludge. An insult to anyone mentioned in this book and an insult to the reader. Don't bother reading this - should be listed under fiction - even then it is worthless.

jodear Aug 09, 2014

This book is despicable and I personally believe, libelous. It is filled with rumor, half truths and prurient fantasies. Even with these to fantasies, it is BORING. These authors had so litttle inventiveness and industry to draw on, that it is remarkably repetitive. The same stories or points are repeated in two, three and sometimes four chapters. Huge paragraphs of quotes are given when conversations could not have been overheard and would never be repeated. (Interestingly, no matter who is being quoted, the conversations are remarkably the same in style and content.) The primary position (and if you ask me, personal fantasy) is that all the attractive powerful men are gay, or at least bisexual and all the women whores who have slept with all the men, including all the gays and bisexuals. I realize the Kennedys don't sue (why give the book publicity) and of course, the peopled who are quoted and/or libled are dead. But this book is a travesty.


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