THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY by Paul B. Fay

THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The anecdotal recall fills in the personal man who's been missing from the biggest books by JFK's official advisors. Fay's friendship with Kennedy and his family dated from the P-T boat training days and Fay was always ""Redhead"" or ""Grand Old Lovable"" to Kennedy. These are the most intimate recollections so far and they show JFK's humor in teasing, self-satirizing banter that younger readers will appreciate.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1966
Publisher: Harper & Row