Interesting facts about Jack Ruby and Melvin Belli. Even if you don't believe in a JFK assassination conspiracy, the book extends the facts of the case. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Mary H
This book was almost, not quite, a waste of time to read.
On the good side, it does go into the dealings with Ruby and his lawyer quite a bit, so I can't say I didn't learn... Read more
Mark's detailed background of why the mob was involved makes a lot of sense. Past investigations, books and articles have always fallen short in answering the question why Lee... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Devil at My Doorstep
Know the author well, credible, caring human.
Most factual coverage of Kennedy Assassination, ever.
The world, Mark Shaw is the best!
This book says virtually nothing about Joseph Kennedy other than to reiterate an allegation that Mr. Kennedy was a bootlegger during some past time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tom Paine
I read 250 pages before the role of Joe Kennedy was even mentioned. The quotes and references were not footnoted and is basically a book of hearsay as told by Mark Shaw. Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Philip Goddard
This is a terrific book which carefully traces the mob affiliations of Jack Ruby, Joe Kennedy , LBJ and the blow-back cause by Robert Kennedy's pursuit of the mob after the mob... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Roger J stone Jr.
A very good summary of relevant JFK assassination information with an excellent analysis of Jack Ruby's lawyer's role and mob connections. Read morePublished 10 months ago by John K Bowman
Despite a deceptive title, this book is well worth reading by anyone who doubts that JFK was a victim ["the head of the of dog"] of his brother's ill chosen and obsessive vendetta... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ilprofessore