A Simple Act of Murder: November 22, 1963
Title: A Simple Act of Murder: November 22, 1963
Author: Mark Fuhrman
The former LAPD detective takes his own look at the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, re-examining the evidence and the testimony of hundreds of witnesses to cut through the myths and misinformation about the murder.
This title talks about the true crime, and is written by America’ most famous homicide detective. Fascinated in who killed JFK, it contains chilling re-enactment. It has received reviews in men’s magazines, reviews in true crime magazines, and possibly serialisation in national tabloid newspaper. Mark Fuhrman, America’ most famous detective, turns his sights on the biggest crime of the twentieth century. “A Simple Act of Murder” is the first major book on the JFK Assassination written by an experienced homicide detective. There is no speculation or rumor, no twisting the truth to support a predetermined conclusion. Fuhrman is neither a defender of the official story, nor a conspiracy theorist. He just wants to uncover the truth, which is still possible, despite the vast and often conflicting public record, as well as all the controversy, misinformation and mythology surrounding the highest profile murder case in history. Focusing his renowned detective skills exclusively on the evidence, and treating the JFK assassination as if it were a simple act of murder, as he does any other case, whether headline making or not, Fuhrman sieves through the evidence. This book will be a must read, not only for Fuhrman’s true crime readership, but also for the insatiable assassination audience, which has consumed no less than 100 books in the last forty years, so will JFK admirers who want to know the truth about how the dearly beloved President was killed.