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on 14 May 2016
Wowser! Here it all is, researched, referenced and spelled out: what many people, including me, surmised from day one - and then some. It would be easy to say, 'What a different America, and world, it would have been, had JFK lived,' but that was never going to be allowed to happen. Dealey Plaza was already at least the third attempt to murder him, and if it hadn't succeeded, there would undoubtedly have been more.
This book is impactful, highly readable, and essential reading for anybody who cares about the subject. Get it, read it, and weep.
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on 11 January 2014
After years of reading drivel about the 'lone gunman' and 'the magic bullet' at last a well reasoned plausible description of the killing. As they say, friends come and go but enemies accumulate.
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on 25 May 2014
This book brings together all the facts behind the 'conspiracy culture' around the Kennedy assassination and weaves them into a single narrative that reads like a Tom Clancy thriller. Starting with the cover up of the murder of Marilyn Monroe (just to demonstrate how the 'powers that be' could conduct a whitewash on this scale, and then leading us through the long list of Kennedy's enemies, including a long list of lethal enemies in the Cuban exiles, the Mafia, the military-industrial complex and even Wall Street to the nuts and bolts of the assassination itself in Dallas. This book names names - right down to the identity of the man most likely to have fired the lethal 'head shot' from the Grassy Knoll. Essential reading for anyone interested in the Kennedy assassination on modern American history in general.
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on 5 February 2014
The suspects are many - who killed JFK? Half way through this - i am enthralled - I recommend this for all conspiracy theorists!!
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on 30 October 2016
Although a little long winded and repetitive at times, this books gives you all the vital information & ties up nicely - which in the end leaves you with no alternative - Kennedy was killed by a group of conspirators & Lee Oswald was a patsy.
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on 12 January 2014
Showing another side to a well known event, it seems credible given the points raised and the suspicion which has dogged this subject.
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on 14 January 2014
This is an excellent book, well researched & thorough, perhaps the definitive book on the subject. It's definitely the best book I have read on the assassination of JFK. I can wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who has an interest in this matter
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on 1 September 2016
great read
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on 4 June 2016
This is why we should be very afraid of large global corporations. They need to be held to account when they misbehave and they need to be monitored.
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on 18 November 2013
There are so many books written on this subject so why does this one stand one. Two reasons. One is that there is new primary soucre material from the Russians, who actually called their report into the assassination "An American coup d'Etat" and secondly Hughes Wilson has had years of experience as an intelligence officer putting pieces of a jig saw puzzle into place. I first came across Hughes Wilson when he wrote Military Intelligence blunders and found his style easy and accessible. In my view he has done a very good job here, sorting fact from myth and chasing down stories. It is not just that Kennedy was shot in Dallas it is the back story of who wanted Kennedy off the scene.
As David Grant, one of his key security men said, "there were a lot of very bad men who wanted Kennedy dead". The fact that Oswald acted alone is given the lie in so many ways not least that there were two previous attempts to kill JFK which were aborted. This is a fascinating book and well worth the read
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