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who killed kennedy by thomas g buchanan

Who Killed Kennedy? by Thomas G. Buchanan


New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1964. First American edition. Hardcover. 207 pages : plan ; 22 cm. In original $4.95 dust jacket, small nickel size tear on dust jacket front spine center, otherwise, binding is firm, pages are clean and free of markings.

First publication in America


Published in 19 different countries, even more widely serialized in newspapers and magazines abroad, WHO KILLED KENNEDY? lias become a famous and controversial book in the United States before its American publication. It is the disturbing, sensational investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy which millions of foreigners believe contains the truth.

WHO KILLED KENNEDY? was begun in December 1963 and completed after FExpress, Frances most influential weekly and one of the outstanding liberal publications in the world, assigned Mr. Buchanan to go to Dallas to cover the trial of Jack Ruby. L'Express subsequently published a series of Buchanan articles, and these were reprinted in almost every country of the world. In book form, WHO KILLED KENNEDY? has been a tremendous best seller in every country in which it has appeared. The American edition contains many additions and revisions based on material that has come to light since the first appearance of the book—including detailed commentary on the findings of the Warren Commission.

The Author
Thomas G. Buchanan was educated at Lawrenceville School and Yale and George Washington universities. He served four years in the U. S. Army during World War II, rising from the rank of private to captain. For six years after the war, while living in the United States, he was political correspondent for more than twenty magazines in Europe and Asia. His book, The Unicorn, was one of two American first novels on the New York Times 1960 list of the year s outstanding books.

At present Mr. Buchanan lives in Paris with his wife and five children. He is head of the Programming Department of the General Organization Company, planning the maintenance of the city of Paris's accounting records by means of electronic computers.

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