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Balanced and informative
on 23 July 2013
The author doesn't take the view that every death listed here is outright suspicious, just that they are all convenient. Each story is informative in one way or another.
The only real negative (aside from the odd spelling error, which only detracts from the feel of the book, not the actual information), is the extraordinary levels of repetition. Points are repeated between stories which touch on the same areas of evidence, which you would perhaps expect. However, full statements are also repeated within each story up to three or four times.
Overall, if you want to research the JFK assassination story, or build a library around the subject, then this book is a must-have.