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Bob SchiefferHugh Aynesworth knows more about this tragic story . . . than anyone I know. A splendid piece of work.
— Face the Nation, CBS News
Breaking the News provides over 200 photographs and artifacts from Aynesworth's peronal archive, including: his notes the day of the assassination; letters from British philospher Bertrand Russell; then Congressman Gerald Ford; and the Jack Ruby family.
Four-time Pulitzer Prize nominee and bestselling author, including, The Only Living Witness, the definitive study of serial killer Ted Bundy that the New York Daily News called one of the "ten best true-crime books ever written." Aynesworth is the national correspondent for the Washington Times and was formerly the investigative team leader for ABC's 20/20 and a bureau chief for Newsweek.
Posted February 2, 2005
This is one of the best journalism books ever written; the story just happens to be about one of the most important chapters in U.S. history. Nobody, repeat nobody, has ever chronicled more about an event exclusively. The conspiracy bugs won't like it, but they don't like anything objective and truthful.
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