From Publishers Weekly
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Well-researched well thought-out book. Without a doubt, the Skakel family of the 1930's was much more interesting and likable than the Kennedy family; especially Big Ann, who was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joe Bruno Sr.
sheis a person you have to dislike everything from her early childhood makes you want to slap the crap out of her attitude.. Read morePublished 7 months ago by BARBARA
I book was well written. It provided me with a good idea of what Ethel Kennedy's life was like. It was very interestingPublished 8 months ago by cmakuta
Very interesting book. Ethel Kennedy is a lot different than what I had always heard about her.Published 8 months ago by Ima Bookreader
Well written and researched - not wordy - a real page turner. My brother & I experienced some of the same abuse and can easily relate to the children's pain - what a pity.Published 9 months ago by Gladys G Ford
I really enjoyed this book.. Had not read anything about Ethel Kennedy before...Published 9 months ago by bev