JFK: Breaking the Silence Hardcover – October 1, 1993. by Bill Sloan (Author). As the 30th anniversary of JFK's assassination approaches, the books continue to multiply
JFK: Breaking the Silence Hardcover – October 1, 1993. As the 30th anniversary of JFK's assassination approaches, the books continue to multiply. This one isn't a necessary one, but there are a few good stories here, well told in a crisp journalistic manner (the author is a Dallas reporter). Sloan focuses on a dozen seldom-told tales that reveal credible aspects of the assassination, most of which are already familiar at least in part to buffs.
He lives in Dallas, Texas.
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Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. JFK : The Last Dissenting Witness by Bill Sloan (1992, Hardcover, Reprint). 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers.
Twelve witnesses and insiders who were ignored by the Warren Commission reveal what they know about President Kennedy's assassination. About the Author: Bill Sloan has served as an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University's Center for Communication Arts since 1981. From Publishers Weekly: As the 30th anniversary of JFK's assassination approaches, the books continue to multiply.
JFK : Breaking the Silence. by Bill Sloan and Jean Hill. This book is a "must read" for all JFK assasination buffs. The events following that day are a travisty of our poltical system.
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Breaking The Silence is the traumatic true-life story of a Maltese little boy whose childhood unfolded.