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Bobby and Jackie: A Love Story

by C. David Heymann

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Found this book in the library and decided to borrow it since I have a thing for the Kennedys and most of all RFK. I didn't have high expectations for the book. It looks a bit sordid and it felt a bit sordid to read. Did Jackie and Bobby have an affair? Many people seem to think that they did. It was like a secret everyone knew, but no one spoke about in the public. Nowadays it would be impossible to keep an affair like that a secret, but in the 60s it was probably a lot easier.

In a way a feel sorry for Jackie, I don't think many people knew her. Men wanted to sleep with her, women wanted to be her and she is often portrayed as a greedy ambitious woman, very much so in this book. And perhaps she was precisely so. Who knows?

Perhaps she and Bobby had an affair. Perhaps he was the love of her life. It's easy to write a book about two people that are both dead since they can't confirm or deny anything.



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  MaraBlaise | May 19, 2019 |
The author of 'A Woman Named Jackie' tells the untold story of brother and sister in law, Bobby Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Heymann addresses many pressing rumors about the relationship of Bobby and Jackie during and after JFK's run in office. With intimate photographs and anecdotes, clarity is shared through first person accounts and interviews. ( )
  JCLHeatherM | Jan 27, 2018 |
again one of those overlong magazine articles made into a book but I am drawn to the people in the limelight of my youth ( )
  lindap69 | Apr 5, 2013 |
heymann is not a well thought of biographer but this rang true to me. an interesting portrayal of both characters. men loved and lusted after jackie. bobby seemed to fascinate women.
great reader. i borrow books that he has read. ( )
  mahallett | Mar 23, 2013 |
Story about the relationship between Bobby Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Onassis during their lifetimes. ( )
  readingfiend | Mar 30, 2011 |
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Full of gossipy tidbits... this book is shocking, yearningly romantic and tons of fun.
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At 12:30 pm (CST) on Friday, November 22, 1963, as President John Fitzgerald Kennedy's motorcade approached the Texas School Book Depository at Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, a series of gunshots rang out.
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An in-depth look at the much talked-about -- but never fully revealed -- relationship between Jackie Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy that began as a result of their shared grief over the assassination of the president in 1963 and lasted until Bobby began his run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1968.… (more)

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