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An explosive new study that precedes the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK

The people of America were not satisfied that Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidential inquiry into the murder of President John F. Kennedy in 1963 had revealed the truth. This inspired a ‘people's investigation’, the nature and the scale of which were unequalled. It was the beginning of a quest to establish the truth which has so far taken 50 years and which still goes on.

Who Killed Kennedy? is an exhaustive account of that quest, through the eyes of a historian who has been involved in it from the very beginning.

It is a story of treachery, lies, deceit and murder. As the investigation has progressed over the years, the revelations have been breathtaking, the facts staggering and the real story so dramatic that fiction simply cannot equal it.

Reviews

Many people are more interested in Kennedy's death than his life, which is why Matthew Smith's book Who Killed Kennedy? had to appear at this juncture. It explores much familiar ground - of likely CIA involvement in the murder - and some new avenues within it ... all of which seems utterly credible. For this story has no end, nor will it ever. This is why we remain entranced.

Ed Vulliamy, The New Review (Observer)

Formats & editions

  • EBook

    9781780577371

    August 1, 2013

    Mainstream Digital

    352 pages

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