Mrs. Kennedy & Me is the memoir of the Secret Service agent assigned to protect Mrs. Kennedy. Because of his position, we are able to see what Jackie Kennedy's life was like in the White House behind closed doors. I learned a lot about her and her time as first lady in this book, as it rarely discusses JFK. Instead, we get stories of Jackie's travels and her time at home and insight to what it is like to constantly have a Secret Service agent with you--and what it is like to be that agent assigned to protect the most powerful family in the country.
What I found most interesting about this memoir was the perspective Clint Hill had on the assasination and the emotional impact it had on his life and his relationship with Jackie. Thus, it is not a memoir soley about Jackie or Clint, but a memoir of their relationship and how it impacted her life in the White House.