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* Trade Paperback
* 978-0988305069 (2014)
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American Hero, A new interview with Abraham Bolden, the first black Secret Service agent hand picked by JFK for White House protection.

JFK Assassination
JFK Assassination: From The Oval Office to Dealey Plaza
By Brent Holland

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In his new book, “The Kennedy Assassination, from the Oval Office to Dealey Plaza,” Radio Host Brent Holland held the last interview with Theodore “Ted” Sorenson, President John F. Kennedy's trusted advisor, speechwriter, and friend, shortly before Sorenson died in 2010. Sorenson’s interview is insightful, with a no-holds-barred sense of urgency to share his insider knowledge in what turned out to be his last interview.

Host and author Holland shares not only his intuitive interviews but gives the reader a mixture of prose and astute commentary with every chapter. The host of Canada’s popular “Night Fright” radio show, Holland goes head-to-head with major players in the Kennedy assassination research circles, Mark Lane, Lee Oswald’s only legal representative, James DiEugenio, and includes high impact, first-person witness accounts such as Dr. Robert McClelland, a Parkland Hospital doctor who tried to save JFK's life, Dealey Plaza witnesses, James Tague and Beverly Oliver Massegee, and Abraham Bolden, the first African-American Secret Service Agent hand-picked by JFK.

Eye

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In the Eye of History:
Disclosures in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence
by William Law

Since 2002, William Matson Law set out on a personal quest to reach an understanding of the circumstances underpinning the assassination of John F. Kennedy. His investigation began with a key component of the events of November 22, 1963, and the days that followed: the atopsy on the president's body at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland. He contacted those who were involved at Bethesda in various aspects of the aftermath of the assassination; "In the Eye of History: Disclosures in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence" comprises "conversations" (or person to person interviews) with key witnesses. Law allows them to tell it as they remember it without attempting to fit any pro- or anti-conspiracy agenda. The reader is the judge of these eyewitness accounts and their implications.

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* Trade Paperback, 390 pages
* 978-0988305007 (2012)

Enemy Of The Truth
By Sherry G. Fiester


In "Enemy of the Truth" Fiester utilizes various forensic disciplines to dispel assassination mythologies:
  • including simultaneous headshots,
  • where the shooter for the fatal head shot was located,
  • if the limousine stopped and more.

No matter how credible unsubstantiated claims may appear at first glance, unless proven correct, they are still myths. While mysterious and convoluted claims concerning the Kennedy assassination may capture attention, the need for authentication cannot be allowed to fall by the wayside. Otherwise, the melodramatic and exaggerated message of the myth becomes the focus rather than forensically proven truths.

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* Publisher: JFK Lancer
* Trade Paperback, 208 pages (2011)
* ISBN-13: 978-0977465781



Also, from Larry Hancock

NEXUS
By Larry Hancock

  • Political Assassinations and the CIA
  • The CIA and Extreme Deniability
  • The Culture of the Agency
  • Spy Games in Mexico City

Hancock describes his book saying in essence that this work deals with "what happened" rather than "how could something like that happen?" How can you take a position that CIA officers were involved and yet maintain that it was not an act of the Agency as a whole? The only way to respond to that question is to engage in a historical study of how political assassination evolved within the Central Intelligence Agency

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* ISBN-978-0977465798
* Trade Paperback: 404 pages
* Publisher: JFK Lancer (2010)

Griggs has been involved in the JFK assassination research -concentrating on eyewitness interviews - since 1970. As a former police officer in England for 23 years, his main interest in the John F. Kennedy assassination case has revolved around the Dallas Police Department, the Texas School Book Depository sixth floor crime scene, the alleged assassination rifle and the manner of Oswald’s identity line-ups were conducted. Seven new chapters and new photos include information on who found the rifle on the sixth floor, claims that the limousine driver shot the president and new witness interviews. These specialized aspects of the case are comprehensively covered in this book.

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* Publisher: JFK Lancer Production (2010)

Someone Would Have Talked
The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
and the Conspiracy to Mislead History

By Larry Hancock

Someone Would Have Talked... if they had privileged information concerning the most infamous murder in modern history; talked with an unintentional slip, in a furtive intimate exchange, or perhaps with a boastful remark about their personal knowledge of a conspiracy in the murder of a President. ... And someone did.

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Aubrey Rike

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* ISBN- 978-0977465781
*Hard Cover, 180 pages, 37 photos
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The Door of Memory: Aubrey Rike
and the Assassination of President Kennedy
By Aubrey Rike with Colin McSween
Tribute by David Lifton

While in Trauma Room 1, Aubrey Rike found himself at the center of an unequaled time in history as he assumed the impromptu undertaking of providing assistance to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and President Kennedy. Aubrey shares heartbreaking moments in time that became forever ingrained in his memory, one that came as an opportunity to offer kindness and caring to a slain President and his grieving widow. Now, he has now opened that door of memory and asked us to step through.

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Ed Hoffman$29.95

* Paperback, 234 pages,105 photos
* ISBN 9780977465743
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Beyond the Fence Line:
The EyeWitness Account of Ed Hoffman

By Casey J. Quinlan & Brian K. Edwards

On November 22, 1963, President John Kennedy was murdered in front of hundreds of people in Dealey Plaza. Ed Hoffman saw the man who fired the fatal shot that killed the President — and it was not Lee Harvey Oswald. His eyewitness account destroys the government’s version of a lone gunman shooting from the Texas School Book Depository. Foreword by Jim Marrs.

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* ISBN 0-9774657-6-4
* Pages: 261
(Originally printed in
1963, reprinted by
JFK Lancer 2008.)

"I Was Castro's Prisoner"
By John Martino

Prior to his death in 1975, John Martino became the “Someone Who Talked,”
... from the Prologue by Edward Martino

When John Martino died, his son, Doctor Edward Martino, began researching the events and persons that were so much a part of his father’s life. Dr. Martino became familiar with the work of Larry Hancock, author of "Someone Would Have Talked", and in 2006 made the courageous decision to publicly identify himself and provide a series of remarks about his personal observations in Cuba with his father and of his father’s life after his release from prison; including November 1963. Dr. Martino has provided permission to republish his father’s book with the stipulation all proceeds are dedicated to JFK Lancer’s scholarship fund. Foreword by Larry Hancock

Jim Garrison

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* Publisher: JFK Lancer
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Jim Garrison: His Life and Times, The Early Years
By Joan Mellen

A biography of the former District Attorney of Orleans Parish, Louisiana from his 1922 birth in Iowa and service in World War II - he was among those assigned to Dachau Concentration Camp the day after its liberation - to his years confronting the corrupt politics of Louisiana. Jim Garrison would become the only public official ever to bring anyone before the bar of justice for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This is the story of the man who took on that task. It explores Garrison's populist and democratic values, and how he attempted to reform the critical political system of New Orleans in the 1960s, particularly the abuses of B-drinking and other crimes rampant in the French Quarter. Additional new information on Lee Oswald's return from Russia.

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