Stephan Lee
November 01, 2013 AT 04:00 AM EDT

Camelot’s Court, Robert Dallek
Dallek paints a new portrait of the Kennedy White House by focusing on JFK’s often volatile advisers and cabinet members.

JFK in the Senate, John T. Shaw
Shaw’s biography looks at the young politician’s congressional years and how they shaped his campaign and presidency.

JFK’s Last Hundred Years, Thurston Clarke
This nonfiction page-turner profiles Kennedy in his final days as he made headway with Vietnam and civil rights.

Kennedy’s Last Days, Bill O’Reilly
The Fox News host adapts his best-seller Killing Kennedy as an illustrated text for middle and high school students.

The Kennedy Years, Edited by Richard Reeves
The New York Times‘ coverage of the most pivotal moments of the Kennedy era is collected in one definitive tome.

The Kennedy Years, Jacques Lowe
This memoir by JFK’s late official photographer features never-before-seen pictures and behind-the-scenes anecdotes.

The Letters of John F. Kennedy, Edited by Martin W. Sandler
Delve into JFK’s correspondence with Martin Luther King Jr. and even a young John Kerry.

Rose Kennedy’s Family Album, Caroline Kennedy
More than 300 images from the matriarch’s collection offer a new peek at the famous clan.

Where Were You?, Gus Russo & Harry Moses
A companion to the NBC documentary with Tom Brokaw, this volume compiles people’s recollections of Nov. 22, 1963.

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