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Dark Side of Camelot, 11 Dec 2010
Well written, dense and seemingly well researched. A good and exciting read. As to content this is an amazing divergence from what the world was given in those heady days of the 60s. While rumours did their usual rounds, the average European had little idea of how nefarious aspects of Kennedy's personal and political practices were. They felt generally that Kennedy was continuing the (relatively) clean practices of his immediate predecessors. The book also casts new light on both K's deaths; with all those skeletons in all those cupboards. Plenty of reasons for revenge. However, that's another story.