JFK was immediately and forever smitten by Mary Pinchot, she was sixteen, and he was nineteen. In time, he would become President of the United States and be assassinated, and she, as his intimate lover throughout his presidency, would be murdered ten months after Jack, coincidentally upon release of the Warren Commission Report - - - a clear CIA hit. Jack returned home from WWII as a physically damaged PT-109 decorated war hero, only to fi nd that the girl that had occupied his thoughts while overseas had wed Cord Meyer, also a decorated war hero who had lost an eye in the Battle of Guam. Read of their pre-presidential parallel lives, their destined intimacy, and why she was the only woman Jack ever really loved. Find out, beyond a failed assassination, how their love affair evolved into a First-Couple divorce and re-marriage.until death they do not part. MARY, MARY and JFK is a two-part book, under one cover. Part I (covers up through the evening before the assassination) is non-fi ction with upwards of 400 footnotes, while Part II (covers from the morning of the assassination forward) is fi ction, answering the compelling questions: What would have happened if JFK had not been assassinated, and Mary Pinchot-Meyer (sister-in-law of Ben Bradlee, and close friend of Dr. Timothy Leary) had not been murdered over what she knew and journalized within her personal tell-all diary.which was illegally confi scated by the CIA before her body was cold?