The Kennedy Brothers
The Kennedy Brothers was my first in-depth exposure to the history of Bobby and Jack Kennedy, even though I had been “aware” of them in a basic way. The book was a startling and compelling dual-portrait, a study of two men so connected, yet so different – and both destined for doom. What this book offers is a holistic survey of two great American lives, a map of the moments where they exerted their greatest influence, and a chronicle of those times they sowed the seeds for their own downfall. I now understand how Camelot became an epic of our time.