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This book, is extremely well constructed and the sources seem reliable enough.
In the course of reading the book, new information does arise, confirming beliefs by Bobby Kennedy about JFK's assassination, as seen in a new light.
One can only pray that the opportunity will come again for us to take the more enlightened path.
The author definitively fingers the Kennedy brothers' killers on pages 399 and 400
Clearly the CIA was involved
Riveting reporting which got too little action
Guess... Read more
Too much. We all know it was a power play, but what can be accomplished by wallowing in it?Published 23 days ago by James Bays
Whether you are of the age that woke up to the assassination of JFK, every reader of history has an obligation to revisit those turbulent days and must then ask themselves was... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ray Callahan
I am a confessed Kennedy fanatic, and this is hands down the best book about Bobby & Jack. If you are interested in the Kennedy brothers at all, read this book.Published 2 months ago by super sass
A great stroll through history for those of us old enough to have lived through it in real time. I believe most people have ambivalent feelings about the Kennedy brothers, but it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karla
I loved this book it was everything I expected. ive always wanted to know more about bobby and this book does that as weel as talk about jfkPublished 3 months ago by Luis rocha
This is the second book I've read about JFK, the first being Robert Dallek's lackluster "An Unfinished Life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Johnson
Talbot's book is very interesting and offers new insights on the JFK assassination and, more importantly, RFKs attempts to deal with the tragedy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gregory V.