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Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Dan Wilson - Goodreads

This book was the main source for Oliver Stone's film JFK. It was a good choice on Stone's part, because the story of Jim Garrison's investigation of the JFK assassination is historically significant ... Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Robert Paxton - Goodreads

I recently - last semester - took a class strictly on the conspiracies surrounding the JFK assassination. A whole 3 credit course with a legitimate letter grade in the end. I had my expectations of a ... Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Andy Nieradko - Goodreads

In 1967 Jim Garrison took on the federal government, the media, and the conspirators whom he believed orchestrated the assassination of JFK. An interesting historical figure in his own right, Garrison ... Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Christopher Earl - Goodreads

A great book charting the New Orleans connection of the JFK assassination . Jim Garrison although failing to convict Shaw brought the first public prosecution in the Kennedy Case Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Waseem Butt - Goodreads

Fascinating read even though I was trying constantly trying to work out who played which character in the film version. Also clarified the theory and it really makes you wonder about the current vogue where the lone assassin theory has suddenly become readily accepted. Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Pam White - Goodreads

Great book! Garrison was right all along, he was on to something big & that is why he was targeted. Sadly, he is right about something else too - that is what our government does to people who ... Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Roan Proudley - Goodreads

Garrison can be a little holier than thou in places but this is still compelling and it's still amazing and scary that we don't know what really happened in 1963. Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Kyle J. Merriam - Goodreads

One of the most important books in American history. Garrison makes his case as to who killed JFK. Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Jeremiah Murphy - Goodreads

If I came away with any conclusions after reading this book, it's that Jim Garrison is a sincere man who comes across a lot nicer than the movie version. If there are any questions I still want answered, it's "Who the hell is Clay Bertrand?" Read full review

Review: On the Trail of the Assassins

User Review  - Alan Wells - Goodreads

A look at the ever-as-always mysterious and puzzling circumstances that led up to - and continue seemingly today, involving the assassination of the President of the United States on November 22, 1963 ... Read full review


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