On the Trail of the Assassins
|Subject||John F. Kennedy assassination|
|Media type||Print (hardcover & paperback), Audible Audio Edition, Amazon Kindle|
|Pages||342 pp (first trade edition, hardcover)|
On the Trail of the Assassins is a 1988 book by Jim Garrison, detailing his role in indicting businessman Clay Shaw for conspiracy to kill U.S. President John F. Kennedy, therefore holding the only trial held for Kennedy's murder. Garrison dedicated On the Trail of the Assassins to the following New Orleans district attorney's staff who served in the 1960s: Frank Klein, Andrew "Moo Moo" Sciambra, James Alcock, Louis Ivon, D'Alton Williams, Alvin Oser, and Numa Bertel. He also cites the many others who aided him.
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