7days

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The Kennedy assassination has been described as the ultimate Cold War Crime. And it is no wonder that over 80% of the American public believe his death was the result of a complicated, sinister conspiracy.
7days, however, is not a conspiracy book. It is based on historical facts and offers a fresh in-depth interpretation of what really happened during seven crucial days in late November, 1963.
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The Kennedy assassination has been described as the ultimate Cold War Crime. And it is no wonder that over 80% of the American public believe his death was the result of a complicated, sinister conspiracy.
7days, however, is not a conspiracy book. It is based on historical facts and offers a fresh in-depth interpretation of what really happened during seven crucial days in late November, 1963.
Lee Harvey Oswald, the President's cold-blooded assassin, and Jack Ruby, the man who shot and killed Oswald two days later,
both had their own personal reasons for committing their crimes.
And 7days is the only book that explains those reasons, however twisted they were, to the reader.
The story of the assassination is told from three perspectives;
President Kennedy's, Oswald's, and Ruby's. It takes the reader along with each man during those seven days and provides crucial historical background information to better understand the tensions of the Cold War and the attitudes and hatreds that led to the President's assassination and the killing of his assassin.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595484966
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/27/2008
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2008

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    I can't believe I picked up this little book and learned more about the Kennedy assassination, about what really happened, in such a short time. I enjoyed 7days' format of historical/non-fiction because it brings the characters - Oswald and Ruby - to life, and explains what was going through their heads during those seven days. I think this is a book for anyone interested in the assassination. It is for those who know nothing about what happened on November 22, 1963, as well as for those who still believe there had to be a huge government or foreign conspiracy. It is an easy read with a ton of facts that are hard to argue with. I enjoyed 7days very much and highly recommend it.

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