JFK by Bill Sloan
Breaking the Silence

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President Kennedy's assassination has become the number one murder mystery of the century-a mystery that continues to haunt the national consciousness and fuel an unrelenting search for answers thirty years after the crime. Now, for the first time in print, here are twelve stories that offer new evidence and shed more light on the theories that the president was the victim of a conspiracy-which most Americans believe-not simply of Oswald's malice, as the authorities would have us think.
 

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Published October 1, 1993 by Taylor Publishing Company (TX). 231 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, War. Non-fiction

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It seems surprising that there has never before been a book by Jean Hill, familiar to JFK assassination buffs as ``the lady in red'' who was standing only feet away from the presidential car when the shots were fired.

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There is also a hokey account from a former Secret Service agent of a Kremlin plot to kill the President, and an even weirder one by a so-called CIA ``hit man'' who identifies three of four shooters, including Frank Sturgis firing from a sewer grating on Elm Street.

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