Summary

'It might not be in your lifetime,' said the Chief Justice of the United States when asked whether the files on the assassination of President Kennedy would be made public. If the President was killed by a lone gunman, as the first official enquiry claimed, why can we still not see all relevant records?
Fifty years on and the murder of the century remains unsolved. Drawing on 30 years of investigation, Anthony Summers examines the case in compelling, forensic detail. He analyses the evidence for Oswald's guilt, the Mafia connection, and the links to Cuba and reveals, for the first time, a plausible admission of involvement.
©2013 Anthony Summers (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By mr martin fryer on 18-05-15

Definitive

This is the fourth book on the Kennedy assassination I have read (or in this case, had read to me) and despite also watching just about every documentary I could lay my hands on only now do I feel like I know all the facts and am able to make an educated assessment of the events of that faithful day in Dallas.

Books reviews aren't really my thing but I'll go ahead and say that if you have an interest in the JFK assassination and have your own theories but don't really know all the facts then I cannot recommend this book enough. One of the few that doesn't seem to have an agenda.

On a side note I'm gonna miss the narrator now it's over.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By jacqueline bain on 10-01-15

Libertie 1320

Loved it'~thought provoking, sad, informative and challenging. Leaves so many questions and anger that public bodies act intheir best interests and not the people's.
Would recommend this in a heartbeat.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Jason K. Woodburn on 16-05-15

A good starter on assassination who's who

Being that this is a revision of an older work, it could've become something better than "Conspiracy" was. It is a better work, but it breaks no new ground. This might be a good book for someone who knows little about the case who needs introduction.

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5 out of 5 stars
By drjazzbob on 26-09-15

excellent presentation and some new facts

terrific work of research on a very complicated topic. quite compelling and interesting 4 knowledgeable assassination buffs

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