By William Kuhn
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis by no means wrote a memoir, yet she informed her existence tale and published herself in intimate methods throughout the approximately a hundred books she introduced into print as an editor at Viking and Doubleday over the last 20 years of her lifestyles. Many american citizens appeared Jackie because the paragon of grace, yet few knew her because the girl sitting on her workplace ground laying out illustrations, or flying to California to cajole Michael Jackson to write down his autobiography. William Kuhn presents a behind-the-scenes examine Jackie at paintings: commissioning books and nurturing authors, assisting to form tales that spoke to her. in response to information and interviews together with her authors, colleagues, and neighbors, Reading Jackie finds the intense and the mischievous lady beneath the glamorous public image.