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Bernice Moore
07-18-2011, 04:14 PM
New book reveals Jackie Kennedy's CIA job offer

Paris to Die For: Jackie Kennedy as a CIA agent in 1950s Paris

/EINPresswire.com/ Fort Lauderdale, FL- July 18, 2011 -- On May 7, 1951, 21-year-old Jacqueline Lee Bouvier wrote an authentic letter filed in the John F. Kennedy Library stating that she is going to work for the CIA on "a special job on a certain project." Paris to Die For, a book inspired by the letter and written by two authors under the pen name Maxine Kenneth, will be published by Grand Central Publishing on July 28, Jackie Kennedy's birthday. This glamorous spy novel envisions Jackie's hair-raising adventures as a CIA agent in 1950s Paris, is filled with little-known details about Jackie's actual life, and blends suspense, romance, and high fashion with factual, historical detail. With the help of Jacques Rivage, a handsome French photographer and freelance CIA agent, Jackie infiltrates high society in the City of Lights, rubbing elbows with the likes of the Duchess of Windsor l5and Audrey Hepburn. Racing from one death-defying event to the next, the once-pampered debutante draws on her courage and quick intelligence to stay alive in the shadowy world of international intrigue and keep her date with a certain up-and-coming young congressman from Massachusetts. Paris to Die For is an imaginative tribute to this iconic woman.