Based on hundreds of interviews with friends, family, and lovers over a thirty-year period, J. Randy Taraborrelli paints an intimate portrait of a woman whose flaws and contradictions serve to make her even more of an iconic figure.
Taraborrelli’s nearly 25 years of research and interviewing sheds new light on every phase of Jacqueline Bouvier’s life . . . An absorbing and comprehensive account of one of the most remarkable women of the 20th century.Kirkus Reviews
Readable and deeply researched, [Jackie] is a refreshingly complex portrait of a woman too often defined by her relationships with men. Readers who enjoyed the author’s other Kennedy biographies will not be able to put this down.Publishers Weekly