Kathy McKeon was in her early twenties, an emigrant from Ireland, when she got a job working as a nanny and assistant to Jackie Kennedy. This was shortly after the President’s assassination, and Kathy stayed with the family for decades. It is fascinating to read her thoughtful, tender descriptions of Jackie, John and Caroline and the extended clan. Many enjoyable anecdotes are shared, always with sensitivity. This is a great read!
Evaluation: 5 out of 5