The Last Brother by Joe McGinniss

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An account of small-town murder in North Carolina; a tale of a seemingly ordinary family whose lives illusions about each other were shattered one hot summer night in 1988.

About Joe McGinniss

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Joe McGinniss was a young Philadelphia journalist when he began to follow the team of public relations men and television specialists who created Richard Nixon's image for the American public during the presidential campaign of 1968. In 1969, with the publication of The Selling of the President, Joe McGinnis immediately became a nonfiction star of the first rank. His other books include Heroes, Going to Extremes, Fatal Vision, Cruel Doubt, and a novel, The Dream Team. He lives in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Published January 1, 1993 by Simon & Schuster.
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McGinniss's biography of Edward M. Kennedy is a salacious read containing the things that make a bestseller: sex, incest, money, politics, power, compelling personalities. The problem, though, is, can

Oct 04 1993 | Read Full Review of The Last Brother

Entertainment Weekly

Indeed, so smoothly does McGinniss tell the tale that it's almost enough to set a reader wondering about some of those too-perfect quotes in his first book, The Selling of the President, 1968, not to mention his dramatic discovery of the incriminating evidence in convicted killer Jeffrey MacD...

Aug 20 1993 | Read Full Review of The Last Brother

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