Some fact. Some fiction.
YOU WON'T KNOW THE DIFFERENCE
I couldn't put the book down. Read 300 pages and had to go to bed. The next morning I grabbed the book and finished the last 71 pages.
I read it all the way through in less than two days! Really good book!
I just finished it. It's a really great story. You can imagine it happening.
First Lady Abducted!
Our presidents are known, their words noted and their legacies become an endless source of inspiration. However, there are moments of a presidency that are intentionally hidden from the public's view - covered up, due to national security or a "need to know" basis...
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy is on a scheduled campaign through Ohio and Illinois. He's preparing a speech in Chicago when he's urgently called back to the White House by his brother Robert Kennedy, the Attorney General. The public is told he's suffering from an upper respiratory infection.
The truth is later obtained via the Freedom of Information Act that the president was called back due to an escalation in the Cuban Missile Crisis - a true matter of national security.
The mind can only string together what the full story really was based on the limited information that was shared with the public. What if...the President was faced with a combined national and personal catastrophe - at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, Mexican rebels setup a ploy to get the U.S. involved in their cause against the Mexican Government by kidnapping America's First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy.
Former private detective agent, Jim Conover, pens new novel based on actual events of the Cuban Missile crisis during John F. Kennedy's presidency. In all of Jim's work, he incorporates his military, police and private detective skills and actual experiences.
Some is reality. Some is fiction.
YOU WON'T KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.