John Manchester was dreading the fulfillment of his father’s last wish: that his children build him a coffin. In the end, he discovered that working alongside his son and other family members was the perfect therapy.
John Manchester remembers the day JFK was killed, and memories of his father, who wrote the definitive Kennedy biography.
John Manchester discovers that his novel contains more truth than his memoir did, and vows to continue writing…even if that means turning the truth of his life into fiction.
John Manchester, son of one of the most famous biographers in American history, reveals what growing up is like in the shadow of a man whose success changed the nation.
Mitt Romney’s bullying evoked a painful memory within John Manchester, as well as concern for the message we send by electing a bully as President.