Evans tells the extraordinary story of two of the world's most powerful men, and the femme fatale who came between them. His stunning revelations about the Kennedy-Onassis-Kennedy love triangle is sure to make headlines worldwide.Evans tells the extraordinary story of two of the world's most powerful men, and the femme fatale who came between them. His stunning revelations about the Kennedy-Onassis-Kennedy love triangle is sure to make headlines worldwide.Read Less
Good. Ex-Library Book-will contain Library Markings. Only lightly used. Book has minimal wear to cover and binding. A few pages may have small creases and minimal underlining. Book selection as BIG as Texas.
This is an excellent book for anyone who is interested in the Kennedy family,or for anyone who just likes to keep up with the scandals that plague our politicians. I would recommend it highly.
Jul 19, 2007
Become a spy!
This ±300 page document is an amazing solution to a 40 year old conundrum. Evans manages to unravel a chunk of history no-one would have thought existed, unless s/he was Greek! Money, sex, greed, it?s all there and what makes it even more intriguing is that it?s not part of a fictive author?s imagination ? it?s real. It could?ve formed part of any CNN report on the Kennedy assassination, should CNN have existed in the 60s. The question of what exactly Aristotle Socrates Onassis was up to in those years is revealed (with proof). As a matter of fact, the names of Marilyn Monroe and Margot Fonteyn enter the mystery, as does the Suez Canal Crisis and how Onassis used every single opportunity to add more than just coins to his estate. The question I was left with at the end of the book is whether any part of the 60s story could be told without mentioning Onassis or Jackie Kennedy or JFK.
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