I finished reading this book a short time ago tonight (10:32 PM). It gave me a better appreciation for the type of life Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was able to make for herself (and her 2 children) from the immediate aftermath of President Kennedy's assassination to her own death 3 decades later.
This is the second book about a Kennedy that I've read from Christopher Anderson, and he is to be commended for the painstaking research and scores of interviews he conducted with people who knew Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis well. My only quibble are a few errors with regard to historical dates that I found lightly sprinkled throughout the book. Otherwise, "Jackie After Jack" was easily readable and made me feel almost as if I were Jackie's shadow.