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New library books

The following new books on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are available through the Allen County Public Library.

“Legacy of Secrecy: The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination” by Lamar Waldron

This work reveals attempts by Robert Kennedy to expose John F. Kennedy’s killers – attempts that led to RFK’s own murder. Interviews and newly declassified files document how three mob bosses and a few CIA operatives were able to prevent the truth from coming to light – until now.

“The Day Kennedy Died: 50 Years Later Life Remembers the Man and the Moment”

Life publishes the Zapruder film, frame by frame.

“Who Really Killed Kennedy?: 50 Years Later, Stunning New Revelations about the JFK Assassination” by Jerome R. Corsi

The author sets a new standard for JFK assassination research, demanding that future researchers understand the political context leading up to an unthinkable event that marked a profound change in America and the world.

“November 22, 1963: Reflections on the Life, Assassination, and the Legacy of John F. Kennedy” compiled by Dean R. Owen

The author offers a collection of interviews and thought-provoking commentaries from notable men and women connected to that notorious Friday afternoon. Nearly 100 people were asked to share their reflections on the significance of that day and the legacy of Kennedy.

– Allen County Public Library