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Books 81 - 90
Rose
Higham Charles
1995

Drawing on hundreds of recently declassified documents and with the cooperation of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's relatives, among others, NYT bestselling author Charles Higham chronicles the life of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy in this dramatic, moving biography. During her times of glory, agony and ecstasy, Rose gave birth to nine children and to an unforgettable vision of the American Dream.

Senatorial Privilege - The Chappaquiddick Cover-up
Damore Leo
1988

Leo Damore has obtained confidential documents, interviewed investigators and finally persuaded a key witness to talk. This book is fascinating for its wealth of detail. Here, for the first time, is the whole truth about Chappaquiddick : the real events of that dark, muggy summer night - and the shocking cover-up that wealth and power wrought.

Shadow Play : the Murder of Robert Kennedy, the Trial of Shiran Shiran and the failure of American Justice
Klaber William & Melanson Philip H.
1997

This book is a new exploration of the murder of Robert F.Kennedy and a critique of U.S: justice system. Investigative journalist William Klaber and political science professor Philip Melanson have spent six years examining the crime. After poring over previously secret LAPD and FBI files, interviewing scores of witnesses and investigators, and talking with Sirhan in prison, they conclude that Sirhan may not have acted alone and that police investigation and courtroom defence were deeply flawed.

Sogno cose che non sono state mai
[Discorsi 1964-1968]
Kennedy Robert F.
2012

Italian book.
Collection of Robert F.Kennedy's speeches from 1964 to 1968.

Sons and Brothers : The Days of Jack and Bobby Kennedy
Mahoney Richard D.
1999

This book gives us a portrait of the family that has haunted the American imagination for forty years.
It explores the bond between Jack and Bobby and the part it played in their rise and fall.

Sons of Camelot
[The Fate of an American Dinasty]
Leamer Laurence
2004

"Sons of Camelot" is the compelling story of the Kennedy sons and grandsons in the aftermath of the assassination of President john F.Kennedy.
It is the mot intimate biography ever written about the Kennedys, with the cooperation of family and friends at a moment when they are ready to talk with insight and depth about their lives. Among the many stunning portraits in the book is the definitive account of John F.Kennedy Jr's life, including interviews with his ten closest friends, none of whom has ever talked to an author before.
Based on five years of rigorous research and unprecedented cooperation from the five surviving sons of Robert Kennedy , the four Shriver sons, Maria Shriver, and other Kennedys, "Sons of Camelot" is not only the most authoritative account,  it is by far the most revealing book ever writtem about these lives.
Falling far short of teh great ambitions their patriarch, Joseph P.Kennedy, envisioned for his family, the lives of his youthful progeny are instead characterized by overwhelming drama full of exalted aspirations, notable achievements, and the most spectacular mishaps, excesses and tragedies.

Sweet Caroline
Andersen Christopher
2003

The sole surviving member of Camelot's first family, Caroline Kennedy, has remained largely a mistery till now. In this book Christopher Andersen draws on important sources - many speaking here for the first time- to provide a full, compelling portrait of Caroline, the young wife and mother left to carry on in her legendary family's name.

Ted Kennedy - An American Icon
[A tribute to the Lion of the Senate]
USA TODAY
2009

This book features a collection of stories and photos of Ted Kennedy from the pages of USA TODAY and other Gannett newspapers. The stories are grouped into categories covering different eras of the late Senator's remarkable life and career.

Ted Kennedy - Scenes from an epic life
The Boston Globe
2009

In this unique collection, archival materials and fresh interviews combine to create a richly detailed portrait of the man known to many as Uncle Ted. Vibrant photographs, most never before published in book form (and many unseen for decades), as well as essays and quotations illustrate the man and the statesman from a perspective that is both intimate and objective.

Ted Kennedy - The dream that never died
Klein Edward
2009

For most of his life, Ted Kennedy played a kaleidoscope of roles - from destructive thrill seeker to constructive lawmaker; from straying husband to devoted father and uncle.
In this book "Ted Kennedy - The dream that never died", celebrated Kennedy biographer Edward Klein at last reconciles these contradictions, painting a stunningly original, up-to-the-moment portrait of Ted Kennedy and his remarkable late-in-life redemption.
Drawing on a vast store of original research and unprecedented access to Ted Kennedy's political associates, friends and family, Klein takes the reader behind the scenes to reveal many secrets.

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