Double Life : The JFK Assassinations
Overview - On November 22nd, 1963, the entire world is learning that President John F. Kennedy has been assassinated in Dallas, Texas. As the world is made aware, the most influential White House members quickly head to the Situation Room where, already gathered, are Robert F. Read more...
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On November 22nd, 1963, the entire world is learning that President John F. Kennedy has been assassinated in Dallas, Texas. As the world is made aware, the most influential White House members quickly head to the Situation Room where, already gathered, are Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and . . . President John F. Kennedy, who is stunned to learn that his security stand-in has been assassinated on live television, and the whole world is in mourning. To ensure Kennedy's safety, it is out of the question to reveal that the man assassinated was in fact a double. Since his lookalike's arrival in Texas, he had given some speeches and interviews and had participated in meetings, all of which exceeded the notion of security for presidential tours. The question on everyone's lips is whether this is the first time a double has stood in for a president and, if not, under what other circumstances has it been done before. In short, how long had the president been deceiving the American people? In the moments following his assassination, Kennedy begins to understand that his presidency is over and that he is now faced with the choice of being disgraced or honored by history. All the conspiracy theories put forward will always lead back to members of the Chicago Mafia. And yet, the strings for this event were being pulled much farther south. Kennedy, still alive, is driven to find not only who assassinated him but, more importantly, why. All the while, he must protect himself against a second assassination attempt. As in Titanic and Forrest Gump, this is a historical novel filled with verifiable facts interconnected by an incomparable fiction. Any of the facts and events in this novel can be found by searching the Internet. Seamlessly blending fiction with fact creates an incomparable read.
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