From Publishers Weekly
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An expertly drawn comparison of the vastly different personalities of the two brothers and the synergy which made their working together beneficial. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Janet Mccormack
I enjoy reading about the Kennedy brothers. My only criticism is it has a LOT of details. I haven't finished it yet, although I plan to.Published 1 month ago by Tess
Provided a real picture of the Kennedy legend. They were ambitious,tough,political,and powerful. Showed the price paid for political power. Highly recommend.Published 1 month ago by Springer7
A work of fiction inaptly seeking credibility with implied association with the family and the museum.Published 1 month ago by The5thHarp
I was somewhat surprised the book was more of a RFK slant. It did however explore some of the assassination theories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gary Sofia
I never read much about the Kennedy's, so this book was an eye opener - especially the way it showed the way the two brothers played off of each other. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nick Vulich
This definitely opened my eyes!! I have always thought the Oswald did not act alone. After reading this book, sure gave me "food for thought". Loved the book!!Published 2 months ago by C. C. Marshall