My travels with Mrs. Kennedy / Clint Hill & Lisa McCubbin Hill.
- ISBN: 9781982181116
- ISBN: 1982181117
- Physical Description: vii, 296 pages : illustrations (some color) portraits, photographs ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, c2022.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
The trunk -- Paris -- The diary -- Hyannis Port & Palm Beach -- A historic journey -- Mrs. Kennedy meets the Pope -- India -- Pakistan -- Mrs. Kennedy & the Queen -- Latin America -- Middleburg -- The spy camera -- Ravello -- The sketchbook -- Wexford --The Palm Beach incident -- 1964 -- Stowe & Antigua -- New York City -- One last trip -- Moving on -- Farewell.
"While preparing to sell his home in Alexandria, Virginia, retired Secret Service agent Clint Hill uncovers an old steamer trunk in the garage, triggering a floodgate of memories. As he and Lisa McCubbin, his coauthor on three previous books, pry it open for the first time in fifty years, they find forgotten photos, handwritten notes, personal gifts, and treasured mementos from the trips on which Hill accompanied First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as her Secret Service agent—trips that took them from Paris to London, through India, Pakistan, Greece, Morocco, Mexico, South America, and 'three glorious weeks on the Amalfi Coast.' During these journeys, Jacqueline Kennedy became one of her husband’s—and America’s—greatest assets; in Hill’s words and the opinion of many others, 'one of the best ambassadors the United States has ever had.' As each newfound treasure sparks long-suppressed memories, Hill provides new insight into the intensely private woman he always called 'Mrs. Kennedy' and who always called him 'Mr. Hill.' For the first time, he reveals the depth of the relationship that developed between them as they traveled around the globe. Now ninety years old, Hill recounts the tender moments, the private laughs, the wild adventures, and the deep affection he shared with one of the world’s most beautiful and iconic women—and these memories are brought vividly to life alongside more than two hundred rare photographs, many of them previously unpublished. In addition to the humorous stories and intimate moments, Hill reveals startling details about how traveling helped them both heal during the excruciating weeks and months following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963. He also writes of the year he spent protecting Mrs. Kennedy after the assassination, a time in his life he has always been reluctant to speak about. My Travels with Mrs. Kennedy unveils a personal side of history that has never been told before and takes the reader on a breathtaking journey, experiencing what it was like for Clint Hill to travel with Jacqueline Kennedy as the entire world was falling in love with her." --publisher's website.
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