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on 30 March 2014
Jim Marrs' "Crossfire" is the most complete examination of the Kennedy assassination that I have ever read, while also standing as an utterly engrossing read about the most notorious "whodunnit" of the twentieth century.
Such is the strength of the case demonstrated by the author in favour of a conspiracy to kill JFK (and its subsequent cover-up) that even the most ardent "lone gunman" advocate must concede that at the very least, some very serious questions still need answered about what really went down in Dallas on that November day some fifty years ago now.
Opponents of Marrs and his fellow researchers who argue for a conspiracy are often labelled with the slightly derisory term "conspiracy nuts", but as the author demonstrates, if it looks like a duck, and it quacks like a duck...
This book is an absolutely excellent place for anyone new to the subject to begin their research. Likewise, this newly revised and updated edition contains intriguing new ideas and opinions for those of a more longstanding interest to chew over. Worth every penny of the purchase price.
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on 11 May 2014
A brilliant overview of all the evidence and all the theories in the Kennedy assassination. It does not push one theory at the expense of another but presents the evidence for most of the favourite theories of the critics allowing the reader to make up his or her own mind as to where the truth lies. Marrs probably knows more about the assassination than anyone else. He is certainly more balanced and fair than many other authors on the subject . This is the second edition of the book. The first having been published in the 1980s. it has been totally revised, updated and expanded . A 'must read' for anyone interested in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
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on 26 February 2016
Well researched and lots of references to the source material ( which can sometimes get in the way of the narrative ) but a very valuable addition to the many volumes devoted to the JFK assassination .
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on 14 April 2018
Jim Marrs was a true journalist with a passion for the truth where ever it leads, this is a remarkable book that strips bare the COVER-UP
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on 17 July 2013
I still remember the shock of hearing the news of the assassination as a young man of 18 in Athens,Greece.
No one in Greece-to the best of my knowledge-ever accepted the findings of the Warren Conmmission nad the theory of the "lone assassin" conveniently killed before any kind of trial.On the contrary,the general feeling was,and still is,that only a very naive society like the American one was back in the 1960s would ever buy such an obvious cover up.
This book recapitulates all the thousands of unaswered questions and loose ends of which this historical event is so full.
Highly recommended to all those interested in this event which affected all our lives since then.
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on 15 June 2015
A really interesting book, it gave you plenty to think about and revealed lots of things that we didn't know about Kennedy
A very interesting read
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on 8 March 2014
A very good and interesting read. Like all JFK books on this subject though you are left with no definitive answer, only a good guess of what may have happened. My own view is that this book comes as close as any to revealing the truth. For anybody new to this subject it gives an excellent introduction to the various characters involved. For sure if Oswald was put on trial today his defence would blow a hole in the "evidence" against him.
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on 18 August 2014
Brilliant book that was well researched by the author. I found information here that I had not previously known about especially Lee Oswalds time in Russia a real eye opener.
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on 28 October 2017
excellent
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on 16 August 2014
Excellent book. This is a great read, more balanced than I expected and well presented. It certainly stimulates thought and adds to the debate. A great read!
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