bookcoverbuyThe FBI insisted that one man killed President John F. Kennedy.  The Warren Commission agreed. But since those hurried
investigations were completed, many skeptics have disagreed with both declarations. On the contrary, they contend that there had to have been multiple assassins involved in the assassination, not just one.
In this historical novel, the readers will be led through the evidence to judge for themselves..

Credible witnesses, law enforcement officials, bystanders and medical professionals had their testimonies either ignored or
falsified. Now, for the first time since the FBI investigation of 1963 and the Warren Commission study of 1964, they will be
allowed to tell once again what they saw and heard on November 22, 1963 in Dallas.

book2coverMichael Burke and Harold Ryan will interview the same witnesses and look at the same evidence available to the FBI and the Warren Commission’s investigators. Now, for the first
time since the Kennedy assassination, readers will have an opportunity to hear their testimonies, see the evidence and
answer the central question for themselves.

Was Oswald the only assassin in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963?

Kennedy-Assassination-Vol3It was June 4, 1968 in Los Angeles, California and the polling places were closed. That evening, over 1,800 people jammed into the Embassy Ballroom at the Ambassador Hotel waiting for election results.

Shortly before midnight it was announced that Senator Robert Kennedy had won an overwhelming victory. With his wife Ethel at his side, the senator addressed the crowd. He thanked them for their hard work heling him that day. And he told them how confident was of winning the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in Chicago later that September. He concluded his remarks by saying, “So, ah… my thanks to all of you and now it’s on to Chicago, and let’s win there!”

Then, on his way to a press conference in an adjacent room, Senator Kennedy was shot and killed. Sirhan B. Sirhan was restrained at the scene with a smoking revolver in his hand, arrested and later tried and convicted of killing the senator.

In this historical novel we will review the evidence presented at Sirhan’s trial as well as the questions raised since his conviction. We will answer the question:

Did Sirhan Really Kill Robert Kennedy?