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Author Cohan, William D.

Title Four friends : promising lives cut short / William D. Cohan.

Publication Info. New York : Flatiron Books, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
 Berlin-Peck Memorial Library - Non Fiction  920.073 COHAN    Check Shelf
 Cheshire Public Library - Adult Department  973.922 COHAN    Check Shelf
 New Britain, Main Library - Non Fiction  973.922 COH    Check Shelf
 Plainville Public Library - Non Fiction  973.922 COH    Check Shelf
 Southington Library - Adult  920.073 COH    Check Shelf
 Wethersfield Public Library - Non Fiction  973.922 COHAN    Check Shelf
Edition First Edition.
Description 369 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Not for oneself -- The end depends upon the beginning -- Jack -- Will -- Harry -- John.
Summary "William D. Cohan brings to life on the page four friends of his who died young. All four attended Andover, the most elite boarding school in America. Jack Berman, the child of impoverished Holocaust survivors, uses his unlikely Andover pedigree to achieve the American dream, only to be cut down in an unimaginable act of violence. Will Daniel, Harry Truman's grandson and the son of the managing editor of The New York Times, does everything possible to escape the burdens of a family legacy he's ultimately trapped by. Harry Bull builds the life of a careful, successful Chicago lawyer and heir to his family's fortune before taking an inexplicable and devastating risk on a beautiful summer day. And the life and death of John F. Kennedy, Jr., a story we think we know, is told here with surprising new details that cast it in an entirely different light"--Adapted from jacket.
Subject Cohan, William D. -- Friends and associates.
Kennedy, John F., Jr., 1960-1999 -- Friends and associates.
Phillips Academy.
Daniel, William.
Berman, Jack.
Bull, Harry.
Kennedy, John F., Jr., 1960-1999. (OCoLC)fst01801094
Phillips Academy. (OCoLC)fst00533199
Friendship. (OCoLC)fst00935174
Genre/Form Biographies.
ISBN 9781250070524 (hardcover)
125007052X (hardcover)
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