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His characters are wooden, the dialog cliche, and the plot plods dutifully along to a anticlimactic end.
That agent, Van Walters, was the one who decided not to use the bubble top on the limousine for the motorcade.
About the best thing I can say about this book is that it is a quick read so I didn't waste much time with it.
It was an interesting work of fiction regarding a subject that has had so much written about it. He made the Secret Service agent seem very human and how much his family suffered... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda
The best thing about Top Down is that at under 200 pages it's a mercifully quick read. The story is about a reporter, Jack Gilmore, who is approached by the daughter of the Secret... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christopher J. Martin
A fun story, but not one I would recommend for anyone looking for detailed/historically accurate/scientific findings on the theory of JFK's limo bubble top.Published 2 months ago by Andy Meholick
As a man of the Kennedy era and a Marine Vietnam vet this story evokes many thoughts...the integrity of people of that era and the sense of duty people had was clearly brought... Read morePublished 3 months ago by maxx
News anchor/political reporter Jim Lehrer of PBS's Lehrer Report pens another historical novel. This one dealing with the Secret Service Agent who allegedly takes personal... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ray J. Palen Jr.
This is a great book. It is a political thriller that is a real treat to read, and was very well written. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dr. Who, What, Where?
I Liked the book very much. I thought it wasmuch like the other books on the John Kennedy killing, interesting reading though.Published 3 months ago by sara wright
Have you ever wondered who made the decision to remove the bubble top from President Kennedy's limosine on November 22, 1963?? What happened to him in the years afterwards?? Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Smith
Jack Gilmore was in Dallas the afternoon that President Kennedy was assassinated. He was called back, five years later, for a panel discussion at the National Press Club in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sandra Brazier