Tina Cassidy's book chronicles the year Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis spent on her own, after the death of her second husband.
After Onassis married Aristotle Onassis, Truman Capote, a friend of hers, asked her why she had done so. "I can't very well marry a dentist from New Jersey," she told him.
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