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Updated with the latest evidence, here is the essential, acclaimed account of President Kennedy's assassination by Pulitzer Prize finalist Anthony Summers.
''He was holding out his hand . . . He looked puzzled . . . Then he slumped in my lap . . . I kept bending over him saying, 'Jack, Jack, can you hear me? I love you, Jack.' The seat was full of blood and red roses.'' --Jacqueline Kennedy, recalling the fatal moment in Dallas
Fifty years on, most Americans still feel they have not been told the truth about President Kennedy's death. Chief Justice Warren, who chaired the first inquiry, said ''some things'' that ''involve security'' might not be released in our lifetime. Millions of pages of assassination records were finally made public in the late 1990s. Yet the CIA is withholding more than a thousand documents under ''national security'' until 2017.
Why? Why hold these records back if -- as we were told half a century ago -- Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone assassin? Anthony Summers set out to write a reliable account of the murder mystery that haunts America. This fresh edition of Not in Your Lifetime is one of the finest books written on the assassination.
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ANTHONY SUMMERS is the bestselling author of a number of nonfiction books. His investigative books include Not in Your Lifetime; Official and Confidential; Goddess, a biography of Marilyn Monroe; and The Eleventh Day, a book on the 9/11 attacks and a finalist for the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for History.Review:
''An awesome work.'' --Los Angeles Times
''A definitive work on the events of Dallas.'' --Boston Globe
''This authoritative book opens a box of secrets. It offers disquieting, even terrifying, answers to the questions we have all been asking.'' --Len Deighton
''Don't miss this brilliant book.'' --Cosmopolitan
''A book that must be read.'' --New York Review of Books
''A dark fascination, the deepest reading yet of the mysteries that whirl around that heartshaking moment in Dallas . . . A brilliant work of investigation and a subterranean history of our time.'' --Don DeLillo, National Book Award-winning author
''A fine achievement.'' --Sunday Times (London)
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