Garrison’s book presents a powerful detailed theory on the idea that President Kennedy’s assassination was the product of a conspiracy, and that the plotters and key operators came not from the Mob, but the CIA. In English.
Introducing new information from key witnesses and shocking details surrounding the alleged cover-up, The Kennedy Contract blows the lid off the most fascinating murder case in U.S. history. In English.
The author's story of his work for the CIA, what he learned regarding the activities of certain individuals determined to murder President Kennedy and his reconstruction of how that assassination ocurred. In English.
The highlights of hearings before the Warren commission on the assassination of President Kennedy. In Dramatic detail, the key witnesses testify in their own words on the most tragic crime of the century. In English.
Appointment in Dallas shocked the world with its explosive revelations, fueling the controversies about the Warren Report and "official" investigation that have consumed the American public for decades. In English.
From Madame de Pompadour, the famed mistress of Louis XV, to Pamela Harriman, which married into English aristocracy, there is a rich history of women who have found glamour and wealth in the arms of billionaires. But contrary to what you may think, fortune hunting is no idle pursuit, it's a real job. In English.
As press secretary and close friend to JFK, Pierre Salinger offers an expert and warmly human perspective on the founding and forging of the New Frontier, and the complexities and pressures go with being press secretary to the President of the United States. In English.
Peter Evans's biography of Aristotle Onassis, Ari, met with great acclaim when it was published in 1986. Ari provided the world with an unprecedented glimpse of the Greek shipping magnate's orbit of dizzying wealth, twisted intrigues, and questionable morals. In English.
In this book you find firsthand revelations about Jackie's determination to never allow her duties as First Lady to cloud her own sense of identity or interfere with her devotion to her children. In English.
At the age of seventeen, Kiki Feroudi was offered a job that would change her life - working for the most renowned man in Greece, Aristotle Onassis. Now she relates the details of his marriage to Jacqueline Kennedy, his travels with his mistress Maria Callas, and the turbulent lives of his children, Alexander and Christina, in a compelling, compassionate glimpse into their private, privileged - and often painful - lives. In English.
The story of Richard Burton is the story of a poor boy from a mining community in South Wales who became one of the world's highest paid actors. He was one of the best Shakespearean interpreters of his time, but the public image of him was marked by scandals, drinking and his controversial marriage to Elizabeth Taylor. In Swedish.
In this fascinating biography, John Pearson depicts this eccentric aristocratic family, and their peculiar fates, thereby giving us a new picture of the statesman and the father. We get an uncensored story of the Churchill dynasty. In Swedish.
An unofficial biography on the legendary Frank Sinatra by journalist Kitty Kelley. A journey from his childhood to his days of global stardom, from rumours of fraternising with mobsters to presidents. A truly unique tale! In Swedish.
With her unconventional lifestyle and the independent characters she brought to the screen, Kate highlighted the "modern woman" in the United States from the 20th century and is remembered as an important cultural figure. Mann’s work about Kathrine Hepburn is a touching history and lovely read from start to goal. Even as lovely as an interior detail in your home.