Martin Luther King Jr. Blockbuster novel Saving Jackie K narrates a thrilling fictional account of the tragic assassination of President John F. Kennedy. But when discussing charismatic leaders from the 1960s, JFK must share the spotlight with the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Both men championed civil rights, and both were gunned down in their […]

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Nikita Khrushchev Action adventure novel Saving Jackie K explores escalating tensions between the US and Russia, in the ‘Cold War’ timeframe preceding JFK’s tragic assassination. Soviet Premier, Nikita Khrushchev, is shown with increasing hostility toward the US and our president. Khrushchev risked global nuclear war during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Would the communist dictator be […]

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Lyndon Baines Johnson Thriller Saving Jackie K describes several suspects with a motive to kill President John F. Kennedy. Lyndon Baines Johnson, JFK’s VP, clearly benefited from the president’s demise, as he instantly became the new Commander in Chief. Would ascending to the presidency be enough incentive to plot a murder? A native Texan born […]

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Marina Oswald Wife of Lee Harvey Oswald Was she a russian spy? New Historical Thriller Saving Jackie K contains many scenes with accused assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. But the novel also takes a look at his young bride, a woman whom he married in Russia and brought to the United States. Marina Prusakova was born […]

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New action-adventure novel Saving Jackie K takes place in both 2013 and 1963. Perhaps surprisingly, the calendar days of the two years match exactly. November 22 was a Friday in 1963, and it will be a Friday again in 2013. What was life like in 1963, nearly a half a century ago? In 1963, John […]

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0.1 Percentage of Kennedy’s popular-vote win over Nixon in the 1960 presidential election. 1 First president born in the twentieth century. 1 Election with first televised presidential debates. 1 Only Catholic president. 1 Only president to have won a Pulitzer Prize (for Profiles in Courage, a Biography of eight patriotic US Senators). 2 Second youngest […]

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One-time vacation retreat of President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline in northern Virginia is on the market, and has even had a $3 million price cut! The list price now sits just under $8 million. The president and his wife custom-designed the property as a vacation retreat for their family. Set on 166 […]

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A farmer in Plympton, Massachusetts has cut a commemorative JFK corn maze at his Sauchuk farm. The six-acre cornfield boasts a portrait of President John F. Kennedy, just in time for the 50th anniversary of his tragic assassination. Not visible from ground level, the ‘maize’ maze-portrait is made possible by GPS technology used to carve […]

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In honor of the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination, the Telfair Museum in Savannah, Georgia, is hosting an exhibit of Andy Warhol’s prints of late President Kennedy‘s image. Warhol called the series “Flash–November 22, 1963,” and created it five years after Kennedy‘s death. The silkscreens include a smiling commander-in-chief, a presidential seal riddled with […]

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Pat Hall is trying to sell her Oak Cliff home, the one-time residence of alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. She wants $500,000 for the place where Lee Harvey Oswald was living the day President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas. The property has been on the market going on four months. So in the […]

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