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Apparently we will always have Camelot with us. Even half a century has not dulled our fascination with John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This book by veteran author Thurston Clarke (Ask Not; Pearl Harbor Ghosts) charts the last 100 days of JFK's life. Its time delineation is not purely arbitrary: During that brief period, the president suffered the loss of his premature two-day-old son, suspended his philandering, and made significant moves in policies involving the Cold War, Vietnam, and civil rights. With its riveting day-by-day accounts, this readable narrative makes one imagine how history might have been different had he lived.