A Sentence of Death. Words that Killed a President by Robert Shows

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In 1977, the United States House of Representatives Select Committee on the Assassination of John F. Kennedy spent over a year investigating the events before, during and after the assassination and their official conclusion was conspiracy killed President Kennedy.

A Sentence of Death is a step back into time and history. The novel is a meld of historical fact and fiction surrounding the assassination, stimulating the reader to a thought provoking analysis of what could have happened before and after that fateful day in Dallas, Texas.
Fifteen years after the assassination, the U.S Congress re-opened the Kennedy investigation. Their findings: “…the facts suggest that President Kennedy was killed as the direct result of a conspiracy.” This work offers plausible answers to the who, what, when, where and how of the assassination.
The character and action driven historical fiction novel creates an atmosphere of intrigue, treason, murder, cover-up, and eventual, but delayed disclosure of the men responsible for the death of a President.
 

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Published June 2, 2012 by Ecanus Publishing. 364 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jeanie Loiacono 24 Apr 2013

This is the most plausible and probable scenario I have read about the JFK assassination yet! Shows did 25 years of research to write this book and I believe this could have happened. My hat is off...

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Jeanie Loiacono 27 Oct 2013

On the eve of Kennedy's assassination anniversary, this is a MUST READ! November 22, 1963 will be remembered by most Americans from personal recollections or history books as the day President John...

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