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Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Kennedy Trilogy series.
Dallas, 1963: In the immediate aftermath of the JFK assassination, the shock is multiplied for young CIA agent Philip Marsden when he learns of the death of his Cuban American wife. As evidence builds and the threats begin to mount, he discovers that the two tragedies might not be unrelated. Praise for the Kennedy Trilogy "Leon Berger has clearly shown how fragile political and international relationships were. This backdrop to the spy element of the story adds all the necessary tension and drama required to make very good novels." -Basingstone Book Reviews "A brilliantly conceived trilogy. Even though the novels are political thrillers, they shed light on history, the Cold War, and an American tragedy as accurately and dramatically as any scholarly history book. These are stories we all know but the facts uncovered are a first-time revelation for most of us. The Kennedy Trilogy is a joy to read. I have a much better understanding of what went on in my country during a very troubling time." -Caleb Pirtle, bestselling author of Secrets of the Dead and editor of major US book site Venture Galleries "A spy thriller with a difference. Real events and conversations between the President and his brother ring true. These novels are easy reading. I could easily see these as serious spy thrillers on celluloid. I enjoyed them." -Rikki White, book blogger Leon Berger is an award-winning writer and photographer, with seven published books to his credit, including two previous docudrama thrillers. In his early years, it was the Kennedy era that sparked an avid interest in geopolitical affairs. Each morning over breakfast, Berger read everything he could about the tanks in Berlin, the missiles in Cuba, and that fateful day in Dallas. Eventually, this fascination with the world at large paved the way to an extensive international career spanning over fifty countries on five continents. At various times, he was based in London, New York, Singapore, and Beijing, before finally returning to Montreal, where he currently resides with his Qu b cois wife and French-speaking parrot. Today, half a century after JFK, it's fair to say that this trilogy represents a return to Berger's intellectual roots. Over the years, he claims to have read just about every book, seen every video, and heard every theory-yet he guarantees that these works are his own impartial take on this most iconic period in history.