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Mass Market Paperback The Man on the Grassy Knoll Book

ISBN: 0380771276

ISBN13: 9780380771271

The Man on the Grassy Knoll

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Book Overview

A look at the assassination of John F. Kennedy offers evidence that places Charles Rogers--a psychopath wanted for the murder and dismemberment of his parents in 1965--at the site of the crime. This description may be from another edition of this product.

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20th Century History True Crime

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The Man on the Grassy Knoll

The gore of the murders was all too true! They are buried in a cemetery in unmarked graves off I-45 North of Downtown Houston. The author knew these parents and Marietta G.


I have read a lot of books on the JFK assissination. This book caught my eye for that reason. However, once I began reading it, this book kept my attention. It read like a novel. I liked that, it was a switch from the usual fact presented like facts JFK conspiracy books. I liked that about this book. It certainly had me convinced that this guy had something to do with the JFK murder. It made me wonder why we didn't do more then in regards to this guy. The book was gory when talking about the dismemberment of his mother and father. I really didn't like that. I'm not sure that it added much to the book except some length. However, it did make me realize that this was the type of man who would do what he thought needed to be done and might certainly shoot at a president. This book is very interesting and those interested in reading about the JFK assassination would do well to consider reading this book. It is an easy one to skip over with the massive amounts of books available to read. However, the novel like feel of this does not detract from the research completed and conclusions drawn in this book.

A fascinating book.

I have read quite a lot of books about the Kennedy assassination but this one is the best by far. It is well written and reads like a thriller.At the end of the book a groundsheet of the Rogers' house is shown. This helps to understand the description of the crime and the search through the house by the two police officers. What I miss is a groundsheet of the parsonage. From the description it is not possible for me to imagine how it looked like. It plays an important role so I think it would better the book if it was printed too. A thing that makes me curious is: what did the authors put on their trail? Where they one of those informed by Marietta Gerhart?
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