Jeffery Deaver “The Kill Room”

June 19th, 2013

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The nation’s most renowned investigator and forensics expert, Lincoln Rhyme, is called upon to investigate a violent death in Jeffery Deaver‘s new thriller “The Kill Room.” That’s not unusual.

What is unusual is who the victim is, and how he died.

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He was a U.S. citizen, assassinated in the Bahamas by a highly-skilled sniper acting on orders from the U.S. government.

While his partner, Amelia Sachs, traces the victim’s steps in Manhattan, Rhyme leaves the city to pursue the sniper himself. As details of the case start to emerge, the pair discovers not all is what it seems.

And when a knife-wielding assassin begins systematically eliminating all evidence – including the witnesses – Lincoln’s investigation turns into a chilling battle of wits with a cold-blooded killer.

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Stephen Hunter “The Third Bullet”

February 20th, 2013

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It’s a half-century-old mystery — and maybe now former Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger can finally solve it.

Stephen Hunter‘s series hero returns in his latest thriller “The Third Bullet,” to develop his own theory of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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Not that Bob Lee wants to get into it, but when a man who was investigating the JFK assassination is, himself, mysteriously killed, Swagger soon finds himself hip-deep in research.

And what he learns about the third bullet that so decisively ended the President’s life could change history.
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Gerald Blaine “The Kennedy Detail”

November 23rd, 2010

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Folks of a certain generation talked about where they were when Franklin Roosevelt died. Today we all remember where we were on 9/11. For millions, the bad memory of a lifetime was where they were when John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.

Gerald Blaine remembers exactly where he was.

Dallas, Texas.

Blaine was a member of the Secret Service team traveling with and protecting President Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. For 47 years he kept his silence about the tragedy. Until now.

With the help of other surviving Secret Service agents — including Clint Hill, the agent best remembered for helping get Jackie Kennedy back into her seat, as she scrambled out onto the trunk of the presidential limousine — Blaine has written a compelling, firsthand account of everything that transpired that day, and the days that followed.

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Vincent Bugliosi “Reclaiming History”

May 18th, 2007

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Perhaps no event in modern times has been the subject of more conspiracy theories than the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Some surveys suggest that as many as three out of four Americans no longer believe the Warren Commission report, which concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, and Oswald alone, was responsible for the assassination.

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Now, after more than twenty years of some of the most meticulous research ever done on the case — and the attendant conspiracy theories — famed prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi presents his findings. And he agrees with the Warren Commission. His new book is called “Reclaiming History.”

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