KILLING KENNEDY: The End of Camelot

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

O'Reilly and Dugard (Killing Lincoln, 2011) team up again with a comprehensive account of the John F. Kennedy administration and its untimely end.As with their previous work, this is quick, gossipy and sure to please Kennedy buffs, but the newsroom attitude toward the story will leave academics wanting. That is not to say the authors' facts are anything but accurate, and the journalistic style of ... Read full review

Review: Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot

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A riveting historical narrative of the shocking events surrounding the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and the followup to megabestselling author Bill O'Reilly's KILLING LINCOLN. More than a million readers have thrilled to Bill O'Reilly's KILLING LINCOLN, the pageturning work of nonfiction about the shocking assassination that changed the course of American history. Now the anchor of The O ... Read full review

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User Review  - buffalogr - LibraryThing

Nothing to see here...move along. Really! This is a good basic history book about JFK and his assassination by Oswald--including lead up to the event. There were few impact statements except ... Read full review

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User Review  - GrlIntrrptdRdng - LibraryThing

Really enjoyed Killing Kennedy. As someone who wasn't alive when he was president, I knew the basics of his life and what happened but this went a bit more in depth in a entertaining way. It wasn't ... Read full review

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The bastard is a liar! How's that for a review!

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Just finished reading, I would say its one of the book which made me sit on edge of my seat and made me turn pages with same interest till the last page. I could feel the life of JFK's in author's words. I'm happy that I read this book.
It makes sense why JFK is one among the greatest people and compared with Lincoln.
I did not realize how much these two powerful political figures had in common. I loved this book and learned facts which I never knew, and felt like I was let in on some big secret that only the FBI knew.
I also found the eye-opening information about Martin Luther King Jr. extremely interesting. As I neared the end of the book, and knew what would happen, I found myself sad with tears.
After reading this book I felt - The truth is always stranger than fiction.
I recommend to read this book, which gives view on the history.

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User Review  - sandra.k.heinzman - LibraryThing

I think I liked this more than Killing Lincoln. It was a real page turner. Can't wait to read his new book when published, Killing Jesus. Read full review


User Review  - cranwo -

A decent read. There are so many theories floating out there this is just another. Read full review


User Review  - ddalberts -

Excellent book! Recommend. Read full review


User Review  - Heidi T. -

Like everything OReilly writes this is superb as well. I would not expect any less. A quality read from a quality individual. Read full review

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