The Kennedys uncovers the truth behind the greatest conspiracy story of the twentieth century: the devastating plot against America's first family. Mind-boggling in its implications, the conspiracy aimed at changing the direction of American politics but went much further, altering the political direction of the whole world.
In the view of the conspirators, John F. Kennedy should never have become president. His plans to put the needs of the people before those of big business were intolerable. There were fears that he had a socialist streak which might well be identifiable as communist. From the moment he took office, he was on his way out. It was only a question of time.
This is a story of hatred, revenge and murder that was covered up by stark fear for many years. It is a tale of intrigue, unholy alliances and unimaginable callousness. Revealing the amalgamation of two potent forces dedicated to ridding the White House of the Kennedys, the question demanding to be asked is: who really ruled the United States? To many across the world, the answer may be frightening.
The Kennedys is an unbelievably dramatic, dynamic and awesomely gripping work that will shock and enlighten many.
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 218 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 20 mm
"Smith's latest book is likely to delight the conspiracy theorists" * Irish Independent *
"A veritable treasure trove for everyone who has ever harboured doubts about the official versions of the JFK and RFK assassinations . . . highly disturbing" -- Cyril Wecht, America's leading pathologist
"Riveting . . . the Kennedy files still remain firmly, tantalisingly, open" * Birmingham Post *
"Now there is evidence . . ." * Irish Independent *