Today marks the 50th anniversary of the JFK murder.  There are two terrific books associated with the case that I highly recommend:

“CASE CLOSED” is investigative reporter Gerald Posner’s convincingly argued case for Lee Harvey Oswald as the lone gunman. It tackles all the popular conspiracy theories head-on, corrects misinformation, and interprets the forensics in exacting detail. I was a long-time conspiracy believer before reading this fascinating study.

“11/22/63” is the novel Stephen King was born to write. His protagonist uses a worm hole to travel back in time to try to prevent the assassination – but at what cost? Simply the most enjoyable King novel ever, with a resolution that is both historically satisfying and emotionally rewarding on many levels.

Would love to hear your feedback on both.

MJH 11-22-13

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