They were rich, attractive, exciting - and deeply flawed. Glamour, power, sex and money - not to mention the dreams and aspirations of an entire generation - were embodied in the 46-year-old President and his beautiful 33-year-old wife.
Yet after the affairs, the humiliations, the triumphs and the tragedy that culminated in that one fateful November day in Dallas half a century ago, did the President and his First Lady truly love each other?
This year marks the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination, and while volumes have been written about conspiracy theories and the sprawling Kennedy dynasty, what really happened between Jack and Jackie in that last year has remained shrouded in speculation. Until now.
Packed with startling revelations about the iconic First Couple, These Few Precious Days answers all the lingering questions as it traces that final year of their tumultuous love story. In this extraordinary book, bestselling biographer Christopher Andersen paints an unsparing yet sympathetic and touching portrait of Mr and Mrs JFK in their final year together. Here is the ultimate presidential love story, in all its dramatic, complicated, bittersweet glory.
'An elegantly written biography.' The Good Book Guide