Coupled with never-before-seen photos of the Kennedy family, the new book "Capturing Camelot" captures a legendary time in our nation's history: The presidency of John F. Kennedy.
The book is written by author Kitty Kelley, best known for her unauthorized biographies of Oprah, Elizabeth Taylor, and the British royal family.
Kelley was given the images by Stanley Tretick upon the legendary press photographer's passing.
On Starting Point this morning, Kelley discusses her relationship with Tretick and explains her motivation for compiling the book.
The accomplishments of the late Sargent Shriver are remarkable. He helped President Kennedy create the Peace Corps. He was the U.S. Ambassador to France in the late 1960s. He also served as President of the Special Olympics.
But Sergeant Shriver's son Mark Kennedy Shriver says his father was not only great, he was good. The book, "A Good Man: Rediscovering My Father, Sergeant Shriver" looks back at the legacy of Sargent Shriver and Mark shares some of the lessons he remembers from his remarkable dad.
See more from the interview in the video below.