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  • Kathy Cocuzzi

    True account by the Secret Service, great read.

  • Barbara Edwards

    Great book! Now I would love to read "Mrs. Kennedy and Me" by Clint Hill.

  • M Roach

    The Kennedy Detail: JFK's Secret Service Agents Break Their Silence. $14.99 Kindle. Recommended by Jennie H. 4 stars based on 153 Amazon reviews. Published 11/2/2010

  • Anne Stites

    The Kennedy Detail by Gerald Blaine

  • Courtney Quist

    just finished reading this. fantastic. made me appreciate so much more what the secret service does for our country.

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*sob* Amazing, melancholy, heartbreaking book. Wouldn't you know it? It's about WWII. Could not stop reading. Cried like a baby. I'm a mush.

  • Mary Haws

    I read this last month and bawled through the whole book. It's definitely a must read and then over again!

One of the most affecting memoirs I've read. Read it twice.

Great book for mommies - you will start laughing on page one when the kids are arguing over who has more watered down apple juice. Sound familiar?

JFK AND THE UNSPEAKABLE: Why He Died and Why It Matters by James W. Douglass. I was crying reading the secret letter exchange Kruschev and John Kennedy quite extensively. Together, they thought they could create World Peace. They almost did, just before Kennedy was assassinated. If you want to read all the correspondence between those two, there is a separate 200 page book of it. This book only mentions a few. But it gives the picture of John Kennedy we didn’t know.

Word of Honor Favorite book by my favorite author.

This book helped me to understand the trinity better than anyone ever could have explained it. It will always be a very special book to me.

A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard. This book is detailed so it may not be for all you non-fiction readers. Although the story of how she stayed strong for her babies will bring tear to your eyes.

right up there with East of Eden or Wild Swans. One of the best books I've read in years.

Mrs. Kennedy and Me

  • Brenda Buchanan

    This is not a tell-all. Just the story of an agent who was devoted to a first lady. You will remember him as the agent who crawled across the back of the limo to Jackie after JFK was shot