Winter Kills

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Dell Publishing, 1974 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Fourteen years after President Kegan's assassination, his half-brother Nick discovers that his murder was a conspiracy and sets out to find all the people involved

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User Review  - Steve Anderson - Goodreads

It's been a long time since I read this, but Condon gets an extra star from me simply for his writing style and characters. He's always been underrated. Read full review

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User Review  - Bill - Goodreads

Very "old school" 1974 political thriller from the writer of the Manchurian Candidate, loosely based on the investigation into killing Pres. Kennedy in 1963. If you like spy stories and political thrillers, this might be for you. Read full review

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Richard Thomas Condon was a novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. He was born in New York City on March 18, 1915. Condon served in the United States Merchant Navy. He worked in advertising and was a publicist for several film companies, including Twentieth Century Fox and Walt Disney Productions. At the age of 42, Condon published his first novel, The Oldest Confession. His second novel, The Manchurian Candidate, gained him international attention and was adapted as a film starring Frank Sinatra in 1962. Condon's novels, Winter Kill and Prizzi's Honor, were also adapted for films. Condon died on April 9, 1996.

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