22 November 1963 :
A Brief Guide to the JFK Assassination

This readable and fully referenced account of the JFK assassination concentrates on the important questions, ignoring the mass of poorly supported speculation that makes the subject confusing for many people.

The book explains, among other things:

  • the case against Lee Harvey Oswald, and why he was the only official suspect;
  • why the investigation of the assassination ceased almost immediately after Oswald’s murder, two days after President Kennedy’s;
  • the importance of Oswald’s apparent visit to Mexico City in the summer of 1963;
  • the problems with the lone–gunman theory and the main conspiracy theories;
  • and how the political context of Kennedy’s presidency reveals who may or may not have been behind the assassination.

22 November 1963 will not tell you who killed President Kennedy, but it will show you the best way to think about the question so that you can make up your own mind.

22 November 1963: A Brief Guide to the JFK Assassination

The book is published in three formats:

Paperback

  • 193 + vii pages.
  • 8½″ x 5½″ (approx. 21.5 x 14 cm).
  • ISBN: 978–0–9931003–0–7.
  • Available exclusively from Amazon.

Kindle ebook

  • For Kindle devices and software.
  • Available from Amazon at a special promotional price.

Standard EPUB ebook

  • For other devices and software, including Nook, Kobo, Apple and Sony devices.

Free Download

Sample chapters are available for download free of charge (PDF, 270 KB).

Credits

Ebook — Extra Features

The ebook edition contains more than 500 links to sources such as witness testimony and experts’ technical reports. It is perhaps the first JFK assassination ebook to allow readers to check the essential documentation for themselves.

Prices

All the prices quoted on this page are the publisher’s recommended prices. Amazon sometimes offers discounts and free delivery, so please check their website for details.

Buy the Paperback Edition

Amazon currently sells the paperback in Europe and North America only. If you are based elsewhere, you may be able to buy the paperback via one of the following links, although Amazon may charge extra for shipping to your location.

Buy the Amazon Kindle Ebook Edition

If you own a Kindle, or have downloaded Amazon’s free Kindle software for your computer or phone, you need this version of the ebook, available from Amazon:

The EPUB Ebook Edition

Virtually all ebook–reading devices and software apart from the Kindle will work with this version of the ebook, which is in .epub format.

As soon as a reliable and affordable selling mechanism has been identified, this version will be sold through this website, with payment handled by PayPal in a wide range of currencies.

Review

“A must read for any serious JFK researcher … well written, comprehensive and concise …. The book is well documented. The web–based links to archived evidence work quickly, adding instant creditability to the author’s writings.”
Bob, NJ on Amazon

Ebooks Explained

Ebook Formats

At the time of writing, almost all ebooks come in one of two formats:

  • .epub: the standard, open ebook format.
  • .mobi: Amazon’s proprietary format.

Amazon’s .mobi format is essentially .epub with added encryption. There is no difference in quality between the two formats.

Ebook–Reading Software

Plenty of ebook–reading software is available free of charge, and will allow you to read an ebook in one or both of the two main formats on computers, tablets or phones. Your device may already have such software installed. If not, here are some suggestions:

EPUB Readers

  • Calibre is versatile: it can cope with .epub and .mobi, and can convert files between these and other formats.
  • EPUB Reader is a handy extension for the Firefox web browser.
  • FBReader works on almost every desktop, laptop and mobile operating system.
  • Adobe Digital Editions is available for Windows and Macintosh only.

Kindle Readers

Amazon’s Kindle software is available free of charge from the Amazon website for desktop computers, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.

If you buy an ebook from Amazon and do not already have the appropriate software, Amazon will prompt you to download it.

Errata

Copies sold after 15 January 2015 will contain the following corrections:

  • pp.v & 175: The HSCA Report is now Final Report of the Select Committee on Assassinations.
  • p.19 line 4: ‘and that’ is now ‘and implied that’.
  • p.73 line 30: ‘emigré’ is now ’émigré’.
  • p.151 line 13: ‘other that they’ is now ‘other than they’.
  • Changes to the index: Lane, Mark; Odum, Bardwell D.; Wade, Henry.

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