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The Kennedys: All the Gossip Unfit for Print
     

The Kennedys: All the Gossip Unfit for Print

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by Darwin Porter
 

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No other book in the history of publishing has assembled in one volume 80 years of pansexual scandals associated with the Kennedys-all in one guilty pleasure of a sizzling book. Meticulously researched, it showcases the indiscretions and extramarital romps of America's most famous political clan. In addition to lesser known and often shocking scandals about

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No other book in the history of publishing has assembled in one volume 80 years of pansexual scandals associated with the Kennedys-all in one guilty pleasure of a sizzling book. Meticulously researched, it showcases the indiscretions and extramarital romps of America's most famous political clan. In addition to lesser known and often shocking scandals about Jack (Mr. President), other parts of this pioneering page-turner will be devoted to Bobby and Teddy, with extra space reserved for founding father Joseph P. Kennedy when he operated as a libidinous Hollywood mogul. Paparazzi cameras zoom in on that uber-goddess of all things glam, Jackie, documenting her many love affairs, which were matched only by America's Prince Charming, her son, John-John, a horny young man with a gleam in his eyes. The Kennedys is illustrated with hundreds of candid photographs.

Runner-Up in the category of BIOGRAPHY from the 2011 HOLLYWOOD BOOK FESTIVAL

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" Amazing, jaw-dropping, and mightily delicious. A feast for all Kennedy gawkers in a myth-shattering exposé of a family consumed by its own passions." — John McFarland

"So, with many hundreds of books about the Kennedys published over the years, you think you've heard all the deep dish, sizzling gossip and sexual intrigue surrounding America's royal family of politics and power? Think again. This buzz-richexposé, culled from decades of intense research by a devoted team of Kennedy-philes, carefully documents the mind-boggling chain of triumph and calamity that has dogged generations of a dynasty both idolized and reviled by a nation. Pick it up and you'll be hard-pressed to put it down." — Richard LaBonté, Book Marks & Q-Syndicate

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936003181
Publisher:
Blood Moon Productions
Publication date:
08/23/2011
Series:
Blood Moon's Babylon Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
416
Sales rank:
401,599
File size:
10 MB

Meet the Author

For Darwin Porter, former bureau chief and entertainment columnist for The Miami Herald, Kennedy-watching is almost an obsession. Porter was first introduced to JFK when he was an errand boy to JFK's libertine friend and whorehouse crony, Florida Senator George Smathers, who asked Darwin--then president of the student body at the University of Miami--to procure a date for the then junior senator from Massachusetts, from the colony of beauty queens vying for press attention at the U of M. Since then, Darwin has made insights and anecdotes about the Kennedys a primary focus of his time and energy, as proven by the hundreds of gossipy truths laid out within this book.

Danforth Prince remembers when and where he was on the day Kennedy was shot, and committed those Kennedy-related details and many others to memory in the years that followed. A former staff member of The New York Times, he otherwise operates as president of Blood Moon Productions.

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Kennedys 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read many Kennedy books but this one has many new stories I had not heard or read.
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I thought it very good, for 100 or so pages. Tired of hearing or reading about The Kennedy Clan.... I grew up in 60s, and since then, over 50 years, it is still haunting me
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very interesting read! Even if half the book is truthful it is amazing what can go on behind closed doors. The Kennedy family has always been corrupt starting with the old man, add to it hollywood and their immoral ways and you have some combination. The media has covered up or refused to tell the truth , I believe it still goes on today.
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