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On the Night table with Bill Morrissey

Bill Morrissey

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"I'm reading Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot by Bill O'Reilly. Fifty years later and I still cannot believe why someone would have done that, and in spite of countless books on the topic, I continue to search for answers. This book brings a perspective I've never read before. O'Reilly tells two parallel and simultaneous stories, one about Kennedy's progression through his presidency and the other about the twisted Lee Harvey Oswald, sans conspiracy theories."

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Killing Kennedy.

Killing Kennedy.

"I'm reading Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot by Bill O'Reilly. Fifty years later and I still cannot believe why someone would have done that, and in spite of countless books on the topic, I continue to search for answers. This book brings a perspective I've never read before. O'Reilly tells two parallel and simultaneous stories, one about Kennedy's progression through his presidency and the other about the twisted Lee Harvey Oswald, sans conspiracy theories."

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Updated on Saturday, February 1, 2014 at 8:52 AM CST: Tweaks formatting.

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