D - My Miscellaneous books related to JFK

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Books 111 - 120
Universal Newsreels Volume XIII : 1961-1963

Year-by-year highlights of World Events a they happened : 1961-1963.
DVD of 1h 43m.

VIETNAM - If Kennedy Had Lived (Virtual JFK)
James G.Blight - Janet M.Lang - David A.Welch

At the heart of this provocative book lies the fundamental question: Does it matter who is President on issues of war and peace? The Vietnam War was one of the most catastrophic and bloody in living memory, and its lessons take on resonance in light of America's devastating involvement in Iraq. Tackling head-on the most controversial and debated "what if" in US Foreign policy, this unique work explores what President John F.Kennedy would have done in Vietnam if he had not been assassinated in 1963.

We Interrupt This Broadcast
Garner Joe

Few phrases garner as much attention as "We interrupt this broadcast...". Wherever we may happen to be , our lives stop for a moment, and we experience those few seconds of anxiety between the interruption and the actual announcement of what has happened. In words and images - and on two audio CDs- this book brings to life 43 famous and infamous moments that were announced  with those four chilling words, including the JFK assassination on Nov.22,1963.

Who's in charge here?
Gardner Gerald

It's a vintage 1962 book entitled, "Who's In Charge Here?" by Gerald Gardner. This book features the JFK  era at White House in a very humorous light. Cover features JFK speaking to former President Eisenhower, and Eisenhower says, "So the bathroom still leaks-" Every possible Kennedy-era personality is in the book, including Fidel Castro, Queen Elizabeth II, Caroline Kennedy and many more.

Winter kills
Condon Richard

A whistleblower looks too deeply into a president’s assassination in this darkly satiric conspiracy thriller from the author of The Manchurian Candidate.

It has been more than a decade since the assassination of US President Timothy Kegan, who was gunned down while riding in a motorcade through the streets of Philadelphia. The “lone gunman” responsible was arrested and convicted, and the country has moved on.
President Kegan’s half-brother Nick tries to move on as well—until he overhears the deathbed confession of a man who claims to have been a second shooter. Suddenly Nick’s embroiled in a Kafkaesque conspiracy that stretches from Washington DC to Cuba and all the way into England’s Court of St. James. He’s surrounded by mobsters, oil magnates, crooked cops, religious leaders, CIA “spooks,” Hollywood celebrities, and international power brokers—including the renowned Washington hostess, fixer, and femme fatale, Lola Camonte—all of whom seem intent upon doing him in. And the closer Nick comes to the startling truth about the assassination, the less he really wants to know.
Winter Kills is an outrageously dark and funny take on the John F. Kennedy assassination and the conspiracy furor that followed it, from the master storyteller who brought you The Manchurian Candidate and Prizzi’s Honor.


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