Investigating the Kennedy Assassination (book 2) Why was Kennedy Killed?


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Investigating the Kennedy Assassination (book 2) Why was Kennedy Killed? is available for preorder. It will ship on or before its release date of April 23, 2024

For the first time in one place, the reader will see all the likely conspirators revealed

The Warren Commission and the FBI agreed that President John Fd. Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald. Fifteen years later, the House Committee on Assassinations re-examined the evidence. They announced that he was not killed by a single gunman, but probably murdered as the result of a conspiracy.

This House Committee hesitated to speculate on who might have been involved in that conspiracy or why John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas on November 22, 1963

In 1979, Michael Burke and former congressman Harold Ryan were asked to continue that investigation. This historical novel will take the reader back to that time. Burke and Ryan will peel back the passage of time and the layers of secrecy and denial to reveal the reasons so many elites were determined to stop the Kennedy agenda.

Robert Lockwood Mills is a self-taught historian who has relied more on personal research than printed sources throughout his life. Mr. Mills served on a panel on the Lincoln assassination at Ford’s Theater in 1998. He has made numerous radio and cable television appearances since the 1980s and has spoken on the Lincoln assassination and the Lizzie Borden case. Mr. Mills is a widower with three grown daughters and four grandchildren. He lives in Monroe, Connecticut. Dr. Michael J. Deeb was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His undergraduate education was completed at Aquinas College. He earned a Master’s degree from Michigan State University and a Doctorate from Wayne State University. He was an educator for nineteen years, most of which saw him teaching American history.


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