Book gives a full picture of the gunman’s character from the point of view of a psychologist
Author John D. Williams calls the nexus of Lee Harvey Oswald, Lyndon B. Johnson and President John F. Kennedy in the 1960s a “fatal triangle”, and in his book Lee Harvey Oswald, Lyndon Baines Johnson and the JFK Assassination, he uses his skills as a psychologist, statistician and researcher to give a fuller portrait of the men forever starring in one of America’s greatest tragedies.
Amazon.com has already rated the book its #1 seller in new releases on 1960s American History.
“The Warren Commission characterization of Lee Harvey Oswald is simply false. They hide his relationships to the CIA and the FBI. It addresses his relationship with Jack Ruby, as well as Oswald’s income, which was much greater than previously reported,” said Author Williams. “It simply paints a fuller picture of the real man that does not fit the profile of him developed by the Warren Commission, i.e. the lone gunman seeking greatness through the assassination of a President.”
This is Dr. Williams’ first book after nearly two decades of writing and publishing scholarly analyses of the JFK assassination as a Doctor of Psychology for various universities, including the University of Northern Colorado.
“Dr. William’s book isn’t just another summary of other authors’ works but is a fresh approach to understanding the JFK assassination. This new synthesis is made possible because of the extensive interviews Professor William’s conducted with Dr. Ernst Titovets, Judyth Vary Baker, Madeleine Brown and many others,” writes Gary Severson, a JFK researcher who like Dr. Williams has spent a great deal of time tracing Oswald’s links to the mid-west, especially North Dakota. “This in-depth analysis of Lee Harvey Oswald’s pre-November 22, 1963 life gives us a very unique view of Oswald that has not previously been available in one book.”
The book will fascinate JFK assassination theorists with new details linking Oswald to critical witnesses and his New Orleans girlfriend Judyth Vary Baker, as well as new information about Oswald’s trips to Mexico. His analysis uses statistics and facts to draw conclusions in an easy and clear writing style, reflecting his college-level teaching expertise, said TrineDay Publisher Kris Millegan.
Dr. Williams will present his book which becomes available on Amazon.com on November 1 at the JFK Assassination Conference in Dallas Nov. 21-24 at the Market Center Doubletree Hotel. His presentation is Friday, Nov. 21, 8 a.m.. For more details, see: https://www.facebook.com/JFKDallasConference/; Registration information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-7th-annual-jfk-assassination-conference-tickets-69381185995?aff=ebdssbeac
FOR DR. WILLIAMS’ PRESS INFO/INTERVIEWS: Kris Millegan (800) 556-2012
336 PAGES, 6 X 9
FORMATS: TRADE PAPER, MOBIPOCKET, EPUB
$24.95 (US $24.95) (CA $33.95)
TRINE DAY (NOV 2019)