Jake Tapper made up an entire Frank Sinatra song for his new novel. No, he won't sing it.
CNN's Jake Tapper

PHILADELPHIA — Fact and fiction become partners in "The Devil May Dance," a new novel by Philly's Jake Tapper that the CNN anchor set in the Rat Pack world of early 1960s Hollywood. In the sequel to Tapper's 2018 bestseller, "The Hellfire Club," the fictional New York congressman Charlie Marder and his zoologist wife, Margaret, find themselves on the West Coast, mixing it up with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, and JFK's brother-in-law Peter Lawford. It's all at the behest of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, who's acquired leverage over the Republican congressman and is using i...