In 2011, . Jake . Epping, an . English teacher from . Lisbon . Falls, . Maine, sets out on an insane - and insanely possible -mission to prevent the . Kennedy assassination. . Leaving behind a world of computers and mobile phones, he goes back to a time of big . American cars and diners, of . Lindy . Hopping, the sound of . Elvis and the taste of root beer. . In this haunting world . Jake falls in love with . Sadie, a beautiful high school librarian. . And, as the ominous date of 11. 22. 63 approaches, he encounters a troubled loner named . Lee . Harvey . Oswald. .
When journalist . Mark . Bretton is asked to write an article on . Professor . Abigail . Marchant, who has been denounced by the . American . Psychology . Association for her belief that rebirth is a genuine phenomenon, hes more than a little sceptical about the assignment. . An ambitious journalist, . Mark would much rather be writing about current affairs but, once he meets the beautiful . Professor and hears her theories, he cant help but be won over. . Eventually persuaded to undergo regressive hypnosis himself, . Mark is shocked and horrified by what he sees. . He is returned to the early ’60s when he worked for the . Kennedy administration and not only does he learn the truth about the conspiracy that led to . JFKs assassination but also his own murder. . Struggling to make sense of it all, . Mark turns to . Abi for help but someone is watching . Marks every move and will stop at nothing to ensure that the truth about . JFKs murder never comes to light. . . Original and compelling, . The . Kennedy . Conspiracy brilliantly weaves present-day . New . York with 1960s . Washington to deliver a pacy and unforgettable thriller.
Revision with unchanged content. . For decades, the . Kennedys of . Boston were seen as the greatest example of what . Irish . Catholic immigrants could achieve in . America. . In 1960, . John . F. . Kennedy ran for president against . Vice . President . Richard . M. . Nixon – and . Kennedy’s religion became a major campaign issue. . This study examines how two major . Irish newspapers with very different histories and readerships – the . Irish . Independent and . The . Irish . Times – covered the election, with particular focus on how the newspapers wrote about the religious controversy and . Kennedy’s cultural affinity with the land of his ancestors. . This book is addressed to journalism researchers interested in political coverage of presidential elections in general and the 1960 election in particular, . John . F. . Kennedy, the role of religious affiliation in . American society, and the history of . Irish journalism.
Published to commemorate the 50th anniversary of . John . F. . Kennedya??s election as president of the . United . States, this book is a revealing and intimate portrait of a leader, husband, and father as seen through the lens of . Cecil . Stoughton, the first official . White . House photographer. . Stoughtona??s close rapport with the president and first lady gave him extraordinary access to the . Oval . Office, the . Kennedysa?? private quarters and homes, to state dinners, cabinet meetings, diplomatic trips, and family holidays. . A . Drawing on . Stoughtona??s unparalleled body of photographs, most rarely or never before reproduced, and supported by a deeply thoughtful narrative by political historian . Richard . Reeves, . Portrait of . Camelot is an unprecedented portrayal of the power, politics, and warmly personal aspects of . Camelota??s 1,036 days. A . DVD . INCLUDED: packaged with a . DVD created exclusively for this book, containing color and black-and-white film footage . Stoughton created of the . Kennedy family in the . White . House, in . Hyannis . Port, and on holidays. Praise for . Portrait of . Camelot:. Like the . TV series . Mad . Men, this book is also a remarkable period piece . . . informative and beautiful. --. Publishers . Weekly