Over half a century after John F. Kennedys assassination, he endures as one of the most extraordinary figures of modern times. A hero to millions, an inspiration to a generation, revered, flawed, loved, yet also loathed, he was man who both defined his age and was brutally destroyed by it. Kennedy may have only served as US president for just two years, but his impact and legacy have eclipsed the lives and reputations of any number of other world leaders. JFK’s Camelot: The Unfolding Story as told by The Daily Mirror offers a unique insight into the life story of this endlessly compelling man. By using contemporary newspaper reports and photographs, many never published before, the book provides a gripping and immediate sense of Kennedys story. It charts his emergence as the young scion of an ambitious and influential clan; Kennedys exploits as the courageous war hero, the rising star of American politics and, having reached the highest office in the world, JFK: President of the United States of America before recounting the awful tragedy of his horrific demise.