By Sylvan Fox
Published by Award Books, 1975
Soft cover, 110mm x 175mm, 237
Used – solid reading copy
How could Lee Harvey Oswald, a mediocre marksman, have fired so fast and so accurately at a moving target?
Why, on that sunny day, did a man on the motorcade route open an umbrella just before the shotting began?
How was Jack Ruby able to enter the Dallas Police Headquarters which was sealed off even to Secret Service men?
Why were the original autopsy notes and police interrogation records destroyed?
Did Fidel Castro order the murder of President Kennedy?
Over a decade after the tragedy, the disturbing questions linger. This was the first book to ask them in public. The story it tells, now fully revised to include all the latest evidence, is still the most shocking account of high level negligence and deception in our history.