JACKIE O: THE ONASSIS YEARS LIFE AFTER CAMELOT tells the story of Aristotle Onassis’ marriage to Jackie Kennedy, as seen through the eyes of his private secretary, Kiki Feroudi Moutsatsos. Kiki, who began to work for Onassis at the age of 17, was more than a mere member of his staff. Instead, she became a valued part of the family, spending many evenings at the home of Onassis’ oldest sister Artemis, becoming a confidante of his often troubled daughter Christina and a close friend of his handsome son Alexander. From the moment she began to work on the details of her boss’ marriage to Jackie Kennedy, Kiki formed a unique relationship with his new wife, becoming privy to many of the details of each of their lives as well as of their life together. Even after Aristo’s death, she maintained her relationship with Jackie, visiting her in New York. But more than anything, JACKIE O is an intimate portrait of the life Jackie led on her second husband’s private island of Skorpios where security was tight for Jackie and her two children, and cameras were rarely permitted, a story told with affection and respect.
|Publisher:||Changing Lives Press|
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