Others have written about Jacqueline Kennedy's years as First Lady. This reader assumed that the "missing" part was an examination of her feelings as she struggled with the highest profile lifestyle in the country, along with endless agonies over her husband's infidelities. The author stresses the measures Jacqueline took to give her husband space to do his dirty deeds in ways that would not force her to confront him about them. Accounts of drug abuse add to the licentious atmosphere.
Interesting, but not essential reading. The author makes one huge mistake when she identifies Charles De Gaulle as the last living World War II leader by 1963. She states that Churchill was dead. He died in early 1965, although in November 1963, he had neither the physical strength nor the position in British international affairs, to allow him to travel to JFK's funeral. One wonders what else the author might have gotten incorrect.
Still,a poignant look at a woman who had everything except what mattered most, and money couldn't buy.