Andersen reveals many sides of Jackie Kennedy Onassis the world has never seen, including: her suicidal depression after Dallas; her virtually unknown affairs with Marlon Brando and Warren Beatty; her secret, stunning life with Aristotle Onassis and her courageous final days.
"Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get--only with what you are expecting to give--which is everything" -- Katherine Hepburn An Intimate Portrait of Film's Legendary Lovers--On Screen and Off During their twenty-six years together, Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy mesmerized movie audiences worldwide with their famous on-screen chemistry like no other couple. Yet their private love affair--which ended only with Tracy's death in 1967--remained shrouded in secrecy. Now, international best-selling author Christopher Andersen draws on his own extensive conversations with the immortal Hepburn as well as others who knew the legendary duo intimately to tell the poignant yet often heartbreaking love story of these beloved American icons and the life they shared. Revealing the strength, wit and dignity that characterized this historic partnership, Andersen offers a captivating portrait of a great American romance.
"I don't quit. I keep going." -Hillary Rodham Clinton She is, quite simply, the most famous, most complex, most loved/hated woman -- perhaps person -- in America. And, whether she fulfills her life's ambition or not, she can already lay claim to being the first woman ever considered a serious contender for the presidency. From the beginning, there have been the inevitable comparisons to Argentina's legendary Eva Peron. Sex, power, money, lies, scandal, tragedy, and betrayal were the things that defined the lives of both women. Yet most of what we know about Hillary Rodham Clinton is seen in the context of her tumultuous marriage to the 42nd President. Now a power in the Senate, Hillary waits for the right moment to make her own run for the White House. Whatever the ultimate judgment of history, the ongoing saga of Hillary Clinton's inexorable rise to power continues to stir passions, and to make her the American Evita.