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In chapter 26, the author erroneously links famed WWII era AP reporter, Edward Kennedy, to the famed Kennedy family. The passage revolves around a WWII investigation into Florence's colluding with the Germans. The author writes that the reporter in question was Edward "Ted" Kennedy, the son of the former Ambassador to England, Joseph Kennedy. This is such a careless error, as the future Senator Kennedy wasn't born until 1932, making this claim ludicrous. The actual AP reporter, Edward Kennedy was born in 1905 and was no relation to the former Ambassador. This flagrant error makes me worry about the accuracy of other "facts" presented.
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There is nothing to recomend about this book.. It is read with sappy over exageration like cheap pulp fiction. The author seems to think that stringing together court documents and old news clippings is all thats needed to write a biography.
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