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Laurence Leamer was granted unheralded access to private Kennedy papers, and he also interviewed family and old friends, many of whom had never been interviewed before, for this incredible portrait of the women in America’s "royal family." From Bridget Murphy, the foremother who touched shore at East Boston in 1849, to the intelligent, independent Kennedy women of today, Laurence Leamer tells their unforgettable stories.
"A fresh and unvarnished portrait of a fascinating, talented, and deeply flawed family."--Boston Herald