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First Update to Case Closed in 20 Years
And a one-day sale to boot
Case Closed, my book on the JFK assassination, is 30 years old. I have updated it twice before, an Author’s Note in the paperback edition a year after publication, and an Afterward in 2003, on the assassination’s 40th anniversary.
Now, twenty years since that last update, I have added an Epilogue. I wrote it this past September and in it I discuss the assassination files released by the government as well as those still sealed at the National Archives. I also address the new account by Paul Landis, a Secret Service agent who claimed for the first time this year that he found a bullet in the back of the presidential limo and later left it on a stretcher at Parkland Hospital.
The new Epilogue will not likely change many minds of those who believe there is a conspiracy behind the murder of John Kennedy. It will, however, for others interested in the assassination, or those who read Case Closed a long time ago, highlight the latest developments and why they matter.
Does anything in the Epilogue change my original judgment that Oswald alone killed JFK?
It explains why the information made public in the past couple of decades reinforces that conclusion.
One bit of very good news. The Epilogue is in all the digital editions, Kindle, Kobo, Apple, B&N as of today. AND my digital publisher, Open Road Media, has put all ebooks on sale today for only $2.99. Back to normal price this weekend. In the meantime, for about the price of a coffee at Starbucks, you can find out what is new in the Case Closed world.