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Lynne McTaggart certainly has a great writing style and I thoroughly enjoyed reading her Kathleen Kennedy biography very much

Lynne McTaggart certainly has a great writing style and I thoroughly enjoyed reading her Kathleen Kennedy biography very much. I always thought Kathleen Kennedy's life was very fascinating, so I was pleased to find out that there was a book entirely focused on her life. She was loved by many people, not only in America, but in England as well. She struggled immensely with the decision to marry Billy and ended up hurting her mother because of Rose's deep Catholic faith.

Start by marking Kathleen Kennedy, Her Life and Times as Want to Read . This book shows the glamorous and sexy Kathleen Kennedy, called "Kick" by her adoring brothers

Start by marking Kathleen Kennedy, Her Life and Times as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In retelling Kick's long-hushed-up story, Lynne McTaggart has chosen an irresistible subject. This book shows the glamorous and sexy Kathleen Kennedy, called "Kick" by her adoring brothers. She was the most passionate and spontaneous of all the Kennedy children.

McTaggart, Lynne (1983), Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times, ISBN 978-0007548125. Kathleen Kennedy biography".

Lynne McTaggart (born 23 January 1951, in New York City) is an American lecturer, journalist, author, and publisher. She is the author of six books, including The Intention Experiment and The Field. According to her author profile, she is a spokesperson "on consciousness, the new physics, and the practices of conventional and alternative medicine. McTaggart is anti-vaccinationist. She promotes this belief in her book What Doctors Don't Tell You and in other publications.

This book is glamorous and sexy! Kathleen Kennedy, called Kick by her adoring brothers, was the most beautiful .

This book is glamorous and sexy! Kathleen Kennedy, called Kick by her adoring brothers, was the most beautiful, passionate and spontaneous of all the Kennedy. A profile of "Kick" Kennedy details her debut, marriage to aristocrat William Hartington, tragic deaths of her brother and husband, romance with the married Earl Fitzwilliam, and their deaths, in 1948, in a plane crash.

Sister of JFK, RFK, and Ted Kennedy, Kathleen led a fascinating life in England and in America

Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times Format: Hardcover Authors: Lynne McTaggart ISBN10: 0385274157 Published: 1983-12-01 Picture information books to help answer young children's questions about the world around them. Sister of JFK, RFK, and Ted Kennedy, Kathleen led a fascinating life in England and in America. Her story is a tragic one. Her husband of several months and her eldest brother were killed tragically in the same year.

Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times. Nasaw, David John F. Kennedy: A Biography. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2005. Garden City, NY: The Dial Press, 1983. Morris, Sylvia Jukes. The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy. New York: Penguin Press, 2012. John F.

KATHLEEN KENNEDY: Her Life and Times, by Lynne McTaggart. Kathleen, fourth child of Rose and Joseph Kennedy, was treated as the eldest daughter because her older sister, Rosemary, had suffered brain damage. At 28, Kathleen died with her lover in a plane crash.

She was the only rebel of the family, says Lynne McTaggart, author of 1983's "Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times. If you look at all nine children, she was the only one who didn't march down the prescribed road.

Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times, Dial (New York, NY), 1983, published as Kathleen Kennedy: The .

Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times, Dial (New York, NY), 1983, published as Kathleen Kennedy: The Untold Story of Jack Kennedy's Favourite Sister, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (London, England), 1984. What Doctors Don't Tell You: The Truth about the Dangers of Modern Medicine, Avon Books (New York, NY), 1998. The Field: The Quests for the Secret Force of the Universe, HarperCollins (London, England), 2001. SIDELIGHTS: Lynne McTaggart, a long-time journalist who has served on the staff of such periodicals as the Atlantic Monthly and Chicago Tribune, gained fame for her articles uncovering the malpractices related to private adoptions.

A profile of "Kick" Kennedy details her debut, marriage to aristocrat William Hartington, tragic deaths of her brother and husband, romance with the married Earl Fitzwilliam, and their deaths, in 1948, in a plane crash

Comments: (7)

Mariwyn
Lynne McTaggart certainly has a great writing style and I thoroughly enjoyed reading her Kathleen Kennedy biography very much.
I can also recommend "A Woman named Jackie" by C. David Heyman and "Restless Youth" by Nigel Hamilton on JFK's early years until he became a young senator in MA.
Shakataxe
I always thought Kathleen Kennedy's life was very fascinating, so I was pleased to find out that there was a book entirely focused on her life. She was loved by many people, not only in America, but in England as well. She struggled immensely with the decision to marry Billy and ended up hurting her mother because of Rose's deep Catholic faith. I found it very sad at the end when Kathleen died in the plane crash with her lover. Rose never went to the funeral. In her short life, she touched many people's lives with her humor and cheeriness. Highly recommended.
Skilkancar
I knew nothing about Kathleen Kennedy before reading this book. Not only is this the story of an extraordinary human being (perhaps the most interesting Kennedy in my opinion), but it is rich in historical, social, and familial subject matter. In her way-too-short life, her energy and joy touched countless lives on both sides of the Atlantic. She was cherished by the British people for her optimism and volunteer work as they fought and struggled through WW2. Her love-based marriage to the Marquess of Hartington elevated her to the highest ranks of the British aristocracy. She was largely disowned by her parents. And her very young, heartbroken widowhood catalyzed a series of events that led to her tragic death in a plane crash in France. Anyone interested in WW2 history, the Kennedys, or a great biography should try to get a copy of this book. This story deserves to be known much better.
Kison
Captivating story of Kathleen Kenndey. I could not put the book down.
Zainian
I have always been facsinated by the Kennedy's, but Kathleen has been my favorite. Probably because she was such a strong presence. She risked losing her family for love, she lived in such beautiful places and during a romantic time period.

I wanted to know more about her, but could never find much past her marriage and then her doomed relationship with Fitzwilliam.

I was thrilled to find this book and learn more about he education and later her job as a would be journalist. To think about what she would've become had she lived a full life.

Very interesting and I came away with new insights into her life.

Sarah J. Boyer
Arakus
Excellent
Dancing Lion
The book was O. K. If Kathleen was not the sister of JFK, she would not have a book about her.
This is a truly fabulous, incredible book about the most interesting of the Kennedy family. Kick Kennedy is a joy to read about, and Taggart gives the perfect flavor of the time, including anecdotes about the war and personalities like Pamela Digby (later Pamela Harriman, Ambassador to France) and the Mitford girls. Kick comes across as a marvelous, spirited woman who was gone too soon. You should definitely read it. Fast-paced and energetic. A true page-turner.
You also learn more about the other members of the Kennedy clan by reading this book. For example, Rose disapproved of Kathleen's lifestyle and said that the plane crash was God's way of telling her "no." John, on the other hand, actually cried when he heard the news---she was his favorite sister!
Kathleen Kennedy: Her Life and Times download epub
Americas
Author: Lynne McTaggart
ISBN: 0385274157
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Doubleday (December 1, 1983)
Pages: 248 pages