Following are a few short excerpts from the book.
The Memoirs of John F. Kennedy: A Novel is a work of fiction. It is liberally inhabited with real historical figures whose actions and activities in this creative work originate purely in the imagination of the author. Any resemblance to real historical figures is intentional by the author to add realism to the historical context of the story and the mythology surrounding the killing of President Kennedy. But history took a far more sinister turn November 22, 1963 than the events portrayed in this book, and the reality of that period, and the real actions of its participants, is not reflected in this alternate historical narrative.
Copyright 2010 Donald James Lawn