Synopses & Reviews
He was the prince of hope a much-loved member of America's royal family. John F. Kennedy Jr.'s life along with the lives of his wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and his sister-in-law Lauren Bessette was tragically cut short when the plane he was piloting crashed into the waters off Martha's Vineyard, Massachussetts, on July 16, 1999. The nation and the world mourned, struggling to come to terms with yet another great loss suffered by the Kennedy clan.
In this special commemorative edition of John F. Kennedy Jr.: A Life in the Spotlight, originally published in 1996 and now revised with a foreword, the life of this rich, charming, handsome man is explored. How comfortable was he wearing the Kennedy mantle? Did the glare of the spotlight affect his lifestyle? In this fascinating unauthorized biography, the author goes beyond John's exquisite exterior to give ua a glimpse into JFK Jr. the man. Though his life ended in sudden tragedy just as his father's did before him readers will come away with a new understanding of and admiration for the young man who once won the hearts of all Americans with a salute, and whose untimely passing touched us deeply.