Four Friends: Promising Lives Cut Short
William D. Cohan (Center Trustee) New York Times bestselling author and Vanity Fair special correspondent
How do we make sense of tragedy when it strikes? How do we remember those who are gone too soon?
Written by their Andover classmate, journalist William D. Cohan, Four Friends tells the stories of Jack Berman, the child of impoverished Holocaust survivors, who used his unlikely Andover pedigree to achieve the American dream, only to be cut down in an unimaginable act of violence; Will Daniel, Harry Truman’s grandson and the son of the managing editor of The New York Times, who does everything possible to escape the burdens of a family legacy he’s ultimately trapped by; Harry Bull, a careful, successful Chicago lawyer and heir to his family’s fortune who took an inexplicable and devastating risk on a beautiful summer day; and John F. Kennedy, Jr., whose story we think we know, told here with surprising new details that cast it in an entirely different light.Buy tickets/get more info now