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"Crossfire"; If It Looks Like a Duck...
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.