An eye-opening, monumental biography of Prince Harry by a veteran journalist on royal affairs who accompanied the prince on his royal duties for a year and was granted privileged access to his home in Kensington Palace.
For a twenty-something, there is no summer job better
than being a seasonaire. No responsibilities, college is barely a thought, and
you’re surrounded by glamorous, beautiful people. Intoxicating and
seemingly carefree, what could possibly go wrong?
A monumental new history reveals how the transition of power from Eisenhower
to Kennedy marked more than a succession of presidents—it was the culmination
of a generational shift in American politics, policy and culture.