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Kennedy Must Be Killed

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As a young CIA officer, Patrick McCarthy witnesses first-hand JFK's political immaturity and personal recklessness. When Kennedy is elected in 1960, Patrick fears that Kennedy is unprepared to lead the nation in the height of the Cold War. After the near catastrophic events of the Cuban Missile Crisis, The Patriots, a shadowy group of powerful men, decide to take action ...more
Paperback, 612 pages
Published January 26th 2010 by iUniverse
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Aug 08, 2012 Marge rated it it was amazing
This put it all together for me. Every question surrounding the Kennedy assassination was addressed and answered in a page turner. The author put many years of research into this book creating a fantastic drama that in my mind is 95% true. I couldn't put it down
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Aug 05, 2015 Maíra Porto rated it liked it
English is not my first language. My apologies for any mistakes.

If there was really a conspiracy, who kind a man a man would have to be to kill Kennedy? What would be his motivations? Who would be the players? And how they would manage to do it? Chuck Heppie tries to answer these questions writing a fictional account of said conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy.

The first thing I noticed about Patrick McCarthy, the assassin and protagonist, is that he is a stupid man. VERY stupid. Really, the man
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Jul 18, 2011 Tara Zolenski rated it it was amazing
An amazing journey through American history showing a perspective of the early days in the rise and fall of JFK. The story centers on the fictional Patrick McCarthy, who as we see in the first few pages, was the shooter on the grassy knoll. The story gets into the hows and whys of Kennedy assassination. Patrick, a CIA agent, develops as a dynamic, sympathetic character who was lead to believe that he was doing a great service to protect the country he loves from a reckless, self-indulgent ...more
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May 13, 2012 Glenn rated it it was amazing
A great, factually-based novel, for both assassination buffs and JFK haters.
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