America's Reluctant Prince

Author: Steven M. Gillon

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1524742392

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 464

View: 4032


*A New York Times Bestseller* A major new biography of John F. Kennedy Jr. from a leading historian who was also a close friend, America’s Reluctant Prince is a deeply researched, personal, surprising, and revealing portrait of the Kennedy heir the world lost too soon. Through the lens of their decades-long friendship and including exclusive interviews and details from previously classified documents, noted historian and New York Times bestselling author Steven M. Gillon examines John F. Kennedy Jr.’s life and legacy from before his birth to the day he died. Gillon covers the highs, the lows, and the surprising incidents, viewpoints, and relationships that John never discussed publicly, revealing the full story behind JFK Jr.’s complicated and rich life. In the end, Gillon proves that John’s life was far more than another tragedy—rather, it’s the true key to understanding both the Kennedy legacy and how America’s first family continues to shape the world we live in today.

Diary of Thoughts

Author: Summary Express

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781079504316

Category:

Page: 102

View: 4121


Diary of Thoughts: America's Reluctant Prince by Steven M. Gillon - A Journal for Your Thoughts About the Book is a journal designed for note-taking, designed and produced by Summary Express. With blank, lined pages in a simplistic yet elegant design, this journal is perfect for recording notes, thoughts, opinions, and takeaways in real-time as you read. Divided into sections and parts for easy reference, this journal helps you keep your thoughts organized. Disclaimer Notice: This is a unofficial journal book and not the original book.

War Fever

Author: Randy Roberts,Johnny Smith

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1541672674

Category: History

Page: 331

View: 5694


A "marvelous" (Sports Illustrated) portrait of the three men whose lives were forever changed by WWI-era Boston and the Spanish flu: baseball star Babe Ruth, symphony conductor Karl Muck, and Harvard law student Charles Whittlesey. In the fall of 1918, a fever gripped Boston. The streets emptied as paranoia about the deadly Spanish flu spread. Newspapermen and vigilante investigators aggressively sought to discredit anyone who looked or sounded German. And as the war raged on, the enemy seemed to be lurking everywhere: prowling in submarines off the coast of Cape Cod, arriving on passenger ships in the harbor, or disguised as the radicals lecturing workers about the injustice of a sixty-hour workweek. War Fever explores this delirious moment in American history through the stories of three men: Karl Muck, the German conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, accused of being an enemy spy; Charles Whittlesey, a Harvard law graduate who became an unlikely hero in Europe; and the most famous baseball player of all time, Babe Ruth, poised to revolutionize the game he loved. Together, they offer a gripping narrative of America at war and American culture in upheaval.

Publishers Weekly Book Publishing Almanac 2022

Author: Publishers Weekly

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1510768904

Category: Reference

Page: 768

View: 1247


Announcing the first edition of Publishers Weekly Book Publishing Almanac 2022. Designed to help authors, editors, agents, publicists, and anyone else working in book publishing understand the changing landscape of book publishing, it is an essential reference for anyone who works in the industry. Written by industry veterans and co-published with Publishers Weekly magazine, here is the first-ever book to offer a comprehensive view of how modern book publishing works. It offers history and context, as well as up-to-the-minute information for anyone interested in working in the field and for authors looking to succeed with a publisher or by self-publishing. You’ll find here information on: Finding an agent Self-publishing Amazon Barnes & Noble and other book chains Independent bookstores Special sales (non-traditional book markets) Distribution Foreign markets Publicity, Marketing, Advertising Subsidiary rights Book production E-books and audiobooks Diversity, equity, and inclusion across the industry And more! Whether you’re a seasoned publishing professional, just starting out in the business, or simply interested in how book publishing works, the Publishers Weekly Book Publishing Almanac will be an annual go-to reference guide and an essential, authoritative resource that will make that knowledge accessible to a broad audience. Featuring original essays from and interviews with some of the industry's most insightful and innovative voices along with highlights of PW's news coverage over the last year, the Publishers Weekly Book Publishing Almanac is an indispensable guide for publishers, editors, agents, publicists, authors and anyone who wants better to understand this business, its history, and its mysteries.

The Definitive Diva

Author: John Louis DiGaetani

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476662630

Category: Music

Page: 217

View: 3229


Maria Callas was, perhaps, the greatest opera singer of the 20th century. Hers was a life lived on the world stage, and her fame extended to the public consciousness of many parts of the world. Even after her mysterious death in 1977, her singing and acting continue to thrill new generations of opera fans thanks to her many recordings and her fascinating life. This new biography of Callas tells her story from difficult beginnings as the daughter of Greek immigrants to New York City in 1923 to her wonderful performances at La Scala, Covent Garden, and the Metropolitan Opera. Callas was quite a diva and a master at creating a captivating public image. She also became notorious because of her very public affair with Aristotle Onassis, the wealthy ship-owner who left Callas to marry Jacqueline Kennedy.

The Reluctant Prince

Author: M. Bradley Davis

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781452013770

Category: Fiction

Page: 412

View: 2712


Not every eleven year old can defend his mother with a sword! The Rapier Robbers attack on Chteau St. Croix brings acclaim to Jordan and Julien. Their parents experience a startling surprise. Their sons have been practicing with their rapiers! The robbery also helps the boys realize how careful they must be to protect the secret that only they knowthe swords can take them through time. Jordan and Julien St. Croix return for their second adventure in The Reluctant Prince. The boys are eleven year old cousins born on the same day. They accidentally discovered the swords secret during their first adventure, The Enchanted Rapiers. Now, the swords beckon them into the past once more. Jordan trips across a cryptic clue while searching for something to read. That leads them to a hidden room filled to the brim with unknown objects. They explore the treasure trove. The cousins discover something startling. They are described in a diary from 450 years in the past! The discovery throws them headlong into their second trip through time. Far in the past, they meet some unusual people. First, they find a small boy who needs love and encouragement to grow into the person he must become. The cousins also must mold Tyson, the Barons son. He cannot become the next Baron St. Croix until he learns humility. Finally, they encounter a very lonely ten year old prince. This young man must learn independence and strength of will as he faces the possibility of becoming the next King of France. Swordfights and chivalry abound as the cousins charge from one exciting scrape into another. Permettez l'aventure de continuer!

The Reluctant Prince

Author: Linda Cajio

Publisher: Loveswept

ISBN: 9780553442731

Category: Fiction

Page: 178

View: 2959


Promising Emily Cooper protection from the violence in the streets, a handsome European aristocrat refuses to let her return to the American embassy, and the stunned American soon discovers that she is hiding out with a real live prince. Original.

The Reluctant Prince

Author: Candice Gilmer

Publisher: Flirtation Publishing

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 9173


This prince must decide. Duty or his heart? *A Barrum, Ks Novel* Hadrian Drake needs a vacation. As a celebrity chef on Pasta Prince, he’s television royalty. Or so everyone said. Only a few, like his overbearing assistant, knows the truth, that he really is royalty—a prince from the island of Koros. And sometimes, even a prince has to get away to Vegas for the weekend. Have some fun. He’s looking for a poker table, not a girl with blue hair. But holy hell, she’s mesmerizing. Sydney Martinson has to get the hell out of Barrum—especially when her ex will not leave her alone. A trip to Vegas, for a trade show that her work paid for is perfect. Though even in Vegas, she feels eyes on her. Then she bumps into the most gorgeous guy she’s ever seen. He awakens parts of her that she thought had died after the divorce. Suddenly the trade show isn’t that important, but Hadrian is. Even if he’s a tv celebrity, she feels so good around him. In all the ways. Then Hadrian’s assistant tracks him down with dreadful news. One cousin is dead, another is missing. Hadrian is the Crown Prince of Koros—the last job in the world he wanted. Worse, he and Sydney are next in line on a killer’s list.

Separate and Unequal

Author: Steven M Gillon

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0465096093

Category: History

Page: 383

View: 3162


From a New York Times bestselling author, the definitive history of the Kerner Commission, whose report on urban unrest reshaped American debates about race and inequality In Separate and Unequal, New York Times bestselling historian Steven M. Gillon offers a revelatory new history of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders -- popularly known as the Kerner Commission. Convened by President Lyndon Johnson after riots in Newark and Detroit left dozens dead and thousands injured, the commission issued a report in 1968 that attributed the unrest to "white racism" and called for aggressive new programs to end discrimination and poverty. "Our nation is moving toward two societies," it warned, "one black, and one white -- separate and unequal." Johnson refused to accept the Kerner Report, and as his political coalition unraveled, its proposals went nowhere. For the right, the report became a symbol of liberal excess, and for the left, one of opportunities lost. Separate and Unequal is essential for anyone seeking to understand the fraught politics of race in America.