When Eisenhower: At War and Pat Nixon, the Untold Story were published in 1986, it was the first time a husband and wife each had a book appearing simultaneously on the New York Times non-fiction best sellers list.
Additionally, David and Julie Nixon Eisenhower bring readers Going Home To Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower 1961-1969. Filled with insider anecdotes and and never-before published diaries and letters, Eisenhower emerges as both a beloved and forbidding figure. A revered General and respected President, Eisenhower is seen relaxing at home and playing golf, advising presidents Kennedy and Johnson -- and counseling a young Presidential hopeful, Richard Nixon -- as well as rendering sage advice to young people, including his grandson. Set admidst the turbulent sixties, David and Julie Eisenhower describe Eisenhower's many efforts to influence a bewildered nation on civil rights and Vietnam.