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Three-time Pulitzer Prize nominee C. David Heymann is about to drop another bomb on Camelot. He's sharpening his pencils for his new book deal about the alleged clandestine love affair between late Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and the widow of his slain brother, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
Heymann, who suffers from rod and cone damage after stepping on a landmine during military service in Israel, is legally blind yet indomitable, turning out juicy volume after volume on the Kennedy clan. His A Woman Named Jackie was translated into over 70 languages and became a made-for-TV movie.
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In his most recent effort, American Legacy: The Story of John and Caroline Kennedy (Atria), Heymann narced on America's Prince, John F. Kennedy, Jr., and found through investigators that his blood alcohol level was too elevated to fly that fateful night to Hyannis Port.
Suddenly, Sen. Ted's looking like the clean one.