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Dead Wrong: Straight Facts on the Country's Most Controversial Cover-Ups

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

MOST INTERESTING BOOK I EVER READ

This is literally the most interesting book that I have ever seen. I got to see an advance copy of it. There are many charts that contain fascinating information on why these so called suicides appear to be murders and also on why the official versions of the assassinat...
This is literally the most interesting book that I have ever seen. I got to see an advance copy of it. There are many charts that contain fascinating information on why these so called suicides appear to be murders and also on why the official versions of the assassinations of the Kennedys and Martin Luther King are definitely incorrect. There is a great Timeline that details almost every minute of the last day of Marilyn Monroe. There is another totally fascinating Timeline for the last day of Doctor David Kelly. Doctor Kelly saw through the lies of the Iraq War and he tried to tell the world and had to be eliminated. They prove a lot and explain how the pieces of the puzzles fit together. Plus the forensic information and scientific details overwhelmingly support the authors claims of murder. I mean it when I say that I could not put this book down. I was totally enchanted by the excellent material and the incredibly logical and persuasive arguments. They also prove with facts that President Kennedy was killed by a conspiracy involving more than one assassin. And they really do prove it too. They prove the exact same thing on the assassination of Senator Robert Kennedy. On Martin Luther King they prove that the man who was convicted of the crime literally could not have been the killer. Amazing stuff. And it is all very factual and backed up by supporting evidence. After reading the information in this book there is no other conclusion that is logical except that Marilyn Monroe was murdered and that it is simply not even possible logically to conclude otherwise. I was honestly skeptical at first myself. But now I see it. They absolutely and totally prove it by taking it step by step medically as far as the actual evidence. It is absolutely amazing information. The other chapters are just as interesting. They prove each case with facts and do not even venture into the field of opinions. Vince Foster who was the White House attorney during President Clinton was also murdered. I never understood that case before but now I do. Get this book. I am dead serious and no pun intended. I am sure that you will find it as fascinating as I did. I am buying it for everyone I know! THAT IS HOW GOOD IT IS.

posted by BigHistoryFan on July 29, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Interesting Stuff but not an easy read on Nook

The content of the book is actually quite interesting and it did not take long to breeze through the book. Loaded with scary facts about infamous cover-ups. My only complaint is that the book does not transfer well into Nook. There are several areas that the text is ...
The content of the book is actually quite interesting and it did not take long to breeze through the book. Loaded with scary facts about infamous cover-ups. My only complaint is that the book does not transfer well into Nook. There are several areas that the text is too small to read and when you increase the text size with the NOOk features, the last few lines of that particular page disappear instead of being displayed on the following page. Additionally, I have to wonder who edited this book for typos, grammar, etc. as it is literally loaded with mistakes. Words are spelled incorrectly, and whole sentences seem to be repeated in a few sections. If that doesn't bother you then definitely buy it for the content. That just so happens to really bother me when I am reading. The citations are also somewhat awkward because they follow sections or chapters instead of being at the end of the book. So you thumb through several pages of them before you get to the next chapter. This may not be as difficult to deal with in a printed book, but it is annoying on the NOOK.

posted by LuvThyNook on September 6, 2012

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  • Posted September 14, 2012

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    Format was misaligned on the Nook Tablet.

    The fact that the format was lost on the Nook Tablet for this book did not help. However, the style of the writing itself was annoying. I found it to be disjointed with the same information being repeated over and over; very distracting and difficult to follow. I really didn't learn anything very new from 'Dead Wrong'.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 11, 2013

    This book itself is very interesting and informative, but it is

    This book itself is very interesting and informative, but it is not formatted properly for the Nook. The author uses a lot of text boxes and inserted comments that just do not transfer to the e-reader, and many sentences are cut off from the rest of their paragraphs.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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