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I see that many people have rated this book as high (or higher than the Lincoln book) but my viewpoint is that there is nothing new here...NOTHING.One hundred pages in, there is a total of 2 pages on the assassin and the rest on Kennedys lifestyle. Who cares? So what that Kennedy was the Elvis of presidents? So what the he cheated on his wife? This is new?I enjoyed the book on Lincoln as I felt that it moved quickly with a new insight to how and why Lincoln was assassinated. Yet the Kennedy book is basically written by a Catholic who pretends that Kennedy was very uncatholic. Please...Catholic priests in recent years have been revealed to have done MUCH worse than Kennedy when it came to sexual behavior. Hiding behind the who would dare cheat on Jackie? idea is just beyond the gossiping about the Kardashians.However, sequels have a tendency to be let downs.There are only four main characters in the real-life Kennedy assassination story...JFK, Oswald, Ruby, and LBJ. After that, its just the usual gossip about Marilyn Monroe, Jackie, Bobby, Hoover, the Mafia, Castro, etc.Nothing new here.In my original review (written after the 1st 100 pages, I found the book to be one long gossip column that Ann Coulter couldn have written). However after finishing the book, my view has chnaged somehwhat in that ORielly never got to the heart of the subject. He basically leaves the reader hanging by throwing out names he doesnt bother to investigate any further such Goerge de Morhrenshildt (who according to the book has some CIA connections plus a connection to Jackie Kennedy along with Lee Harvey Oswald). He admits that he attempts to interview this man who upon being accosted by OReilly shoots himself in the head rather than partake in an any investigative reporting. Therefore, OReilly leaves a gaping hole in what that was all about by summing it up as well never the the nature of the realtionship.Also he goes on to mention how Jack Ruby had no business being near Oswald at the time he was being removed from the Dallas County Jail...but doesnt bother to follow on why he was there at all. This event lead to Oswalds murder.This book actually adds to conspiracy theories because ORielly offers nothing of substance to explain why Oswald shot the president beyond the fact the he wanted to be famous. However, in the history of assassinations...almost everyone of them was the result of the hunter tracking down the hunted...MLK, RFK, Lincoln, Wallace, McKinley, etc. Only JFK walks into the path of a man who wants to kill someone. Ths book clearly states that Oswald had no real interest in killing Kennedy beynd becoming famous. He was either the luckiest guy in the world to have his victim presented right in the middle of his scope....or someone one knew Kennedy was going to be there and made sure Oswald was there too.And of course the Oswald killing only adds to the suspicisions that Ruby the owner of a strip club has now decided here is the big momonet for him to become famous by killing the man who killed the president. And this was another case of one man stalking another.For me to believe that Oswald just happened to land a job which would place him in a perfect position 30 days prior to Kennedys arrival in Dallas...not to mention his arrival mere yards from him sounds like he was the luckiest assassin in history or it was a set-upAfter all, like the Oklahoma City Bombimg, there were 2 men involved in that terrorist attack and by legal definition that makes it a conspiracy. I dont think its a stretch to think the Oswald had a few cohorts....forget Castro, the Mafia, the Cia, and other presidential enemies...Kennedys assassination is completely glossed over in this book as if to say one man who failed at many things, who was disturbed, who was lost and lonely was able to put a plan together (all by himself without a mere whisper of it to anyone) to kill the president as he drove right by his job site.In the end all Oswald had to was wait for his victim to come to him. I find it hard to believe the secret service was that dumb.
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