Are you interested in John F Kennedy? His life, presidency term and assassination in Dallas? Whatever the reason is, this page is dedicated to some of the best JFK Books available to purchase on the market today.
Ideal as a birthday present, stocking filler, christmas gift and so on, you can easily please that special someone with one of these fantastic books. Please remember this list is in “no particular order” and all information was correct at the time of publication.
Who was JFK?
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 and died on November 22, 1963. He is often referred to by his initials JFK or simply to some as “Jack Kennedy”. He was part of the Kennedy family and was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963.
The acclaimed book Oliver Stone called “the best account I have read of this tragedy and its significance,” JFK and the Unspeakable details not just how the conspiracy to assassinate President John F. Kennedy was carried out, but WHY it was done…and why it still matters today.
At the height of the Cold War, JFK risked committing the greatest crime in human history: starting a nuclear war. Horrified by the specter of nuclear annihilation, Kennedy gradually turned away from his long-held Cold Warrior beliefs and toward a policy of lasting peace.
What really happened in Dallas on November 22, 1963? Was the assassination of John F. Kennedy simply the work of a warped, solitary young man, or was something more nefarious afoot?
Pulling together a wealth of evidence, including rare photos, documents, and interviews, veteran Texas journalist Jim Marrs reveals the truth about that fateful day.
Thoroughly revised and updated with the latest findings about the assassination, Crossfire is the most comprehensive, convincing explanation of how, why, and by whom our thirty-fifth president was killed.
This book reveals the connections between Washington and Hollywood, as well as the CIA influence in the film community today.
It includes an extended look at the little-known aspects of the lives and careers of Bugliosi, Hanks, and Goetzman. JFK: The Evidence Today sheds light on the Kennedy assassination, New Hollywood, and political influence on media in America.
Thurston Clarke’s gripping account of the last months of the life of President John F. Kennedy weaves together his public and private life and addresses the most tantalising mystery of all – not who killed him, but who he was when he was killed, and where he would have led his country and the world.
This re-examination of a critical period looks at all the areas of the president’s fascinating life.
Mass-market edition of the first authoritative single-volume biography of John F. Kennedy to be written in nearly four decades.
Drawing upon first-hand sources and never-before-opened archives, prize-winning historian Robert Dallek reveals more than we ever knew about Jack Kennedy, forever changing the way we think about his life, his presidency and his legacy.
‘It might not be in your lifetime’, said the Chief Justice of the United States when asked whether the files on the assassination of President Kennedy would be made public. If the President was killed by a lone gunman, as the first official enquiry claimed, why can we still not see all relevant records?
Fifty years on and the murder of the century remains unsolved. Drawing on thirty years of investigation, Anthony Summers examines the case in compelling, forensic detail.
This is the story of JFK’s assassination as told from the frontline: it is about the people – from the highest to the lowest – who were caught up in that four-day whirlwind in November 1963.
From Dallas nightclub reporter Tony Zoppi, who found himself carrying the president’s casket; Secret Service agent Clint Hill beating his hands in despair on the trunk of the limousine as he watches Kennedy die; Howard Brennan, a construction worker on a lunch break watching a man take aim on the motorcade with a rifle; reporter Hugh Aynesworth with only an electricity bill on which to write notes for the scoop of his career; DJ John Peel a few feet from Oswald as he’s questioned by the press; to Robert Kennedy sitting in the dark in the back of an empty army truck, waiting for his brother’s body to arrive.
Coup in Dallas leaves speculation and theory aside to give the hard details of who killed President John F. Kennedy, how the murder was carried out, and why Kennedy was assassinated.
Through exhaustive research and newly translated documents, author H.P. Albarelli uncovers and explains the historical roots of state-sponsored assassination, finding disturbing parallels to the assassination of JFK. Albarelli goes beyond conventional JKF assassination theory to piece together the biographies of the lesser-known but instrumental players in the incident.
On March 1, 1967, New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison shocked the world by arresting local businessman Clay Shaw for conspiracy to murder President Kennedy.
Returning to print for the first time in years, On the Trail of the Assassins is Garrison’s own account of his investigations into the background of Lee Harvey Oswald and the assassination of President Kennedy, and his prosecution of Clay Shaw in the trial that followed. It was the primary source material for Oliver Stone’s hit film JFK.
Ever since President John F. Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas fifty years ago, various theories have swirled around what was a key event in American – and world – history.
Whatever the conclusions of the US official Warren Report – that the President had been assassinated by a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald – many people doubt that to be true