This book gave a lot of insight about the Kennedy kids. But since they seem to all have the same name, Bobby, Bobby Jr., etc. it was confusing to know which Kennedy he was discussing as it jumped around for one to another abruptly. But it was interesting.
It contains great information but there are so many Kennedy's it's easy to lose track about whom the author is speaking about. He should reiterate more about the linkage of the current subject and how they fit into the Kennedy family.
Interesting glimpse into the private lives of the Kennedy men; however, the book is very poorly and laboriously read by the author who appers to have a slight speech impediment. I perservered through 6 CD's because the information is interesting.
Laurence Leamer is the author of thirteen books, including "The Kennedy Women and Fantastic: The Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger", with many bestsellers among them. Leamer was on the staff at "Newsweek", and has written for "The New York Times Magazine", "Harper's", "Playboy", and many other publications. He lives in Palm Beach and Washington, D.C.