The Kennedys by Darwin Porter
All the Gossip Unfit for Print (Babylon)

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No other book in the history of publishing has assembled in one volume 80 years of pansexual scandals associated with the Kennedys-all in one guilty pleasure of a sizzling book. Meticulously researched, it showcases the indiscretions and extramarital romps of America's most famous political clan. In addition to lesser known and often shocking scandals about Jack (Mr. President), other parts of this pioneering page-turner will be devoted to Bobby and Teddy, with extra space reserved for founding father Joseph P. Kennedy when he operated as a libidinous Hollywood mogul. Paparazzi cameras zoom in on that uber-goddess of all things glam, Jackie, documenting her many love affairs, which were matched only by America's Prince Charming, her son, John-John, a horny young man with a gleam in his eyes. The Kennedys is illustrated with hundreds of candid photographs.

Runner-Up in the category of BIOGRAPHY from the 2011 HOLLYWOOD BOOK FESTIVAL

 

About Darwin Porter

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Veteran travel writers Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince have written many popular guides to the Frommer's series, including books on the Caribbean, France, England, Germany, and Italy. This travel team wrote the first-ever Frommer's guide to the Bahamas, and also a number of other Frommer's books to such island destinations as Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Barbados, the Dominican Republic, and the Cayman Islands. Porter is also a Hollywood biographer, film critic, broadcaster, and columnist. Prince was formerly employed in the Paris bureau of The New York Times and is the president of Blood Moon Productions.
 
Published August 23, 2011 by Blood Moon Productions. 425 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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