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Joanas and Reno, two reporters from two different newspapers meet at a press conference which was a total washout. What follows is like chasing a crooked shadow (apologies to the movie Chase a crooked shadow directed by Michael Anderson, staring Richard Todd, Anne Baxter, etc.).
Reno is the hard working, scholarly and research oriented of the two. Their visit to a person mentioned to them leads to his "enacted accidental death". This starts the reporters to suspect foul play and cover up and they themselves become the target for whoever was behind the cover up.
I don't know how good reporters these two characters were, but Dave Conifer is indeed a most imaginative writer. He has spun a great novel using the Warren Commission report and to make an interesting one after hundreds of theories have already been widely discussed shows his creativity. The writing is fast paced, gripping and believable.
The ending is simply too good and shows that Dave Conifer knows his craft very well.