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Title:
The man who knew too much
Author:
Russell, Dick.
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Edition:
Second Carroll and Graf trade paperback edition, revised and updated.
Publication Information:
New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2003.

©1992
Physical Description:
xxxvi, 588 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
"Hired to kill Oswald and prevent the assassination of JFK, Richard Case Nagell is The man who knew too much"-- p. [1] cover.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780786712427
Format :
Book

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Summary

A mammoth study of one of the most mysterious figures on the fringes of the Kennedy assassination: Richard Case Nagell, described as the man "hired to kill Oswald and prevent the assassination of JFK"

This amazing story has been revised and expanded with a decade's worth of new classified information since the book's original publication in 1993. Freelance investigative journalist Dick Russell delves deep into Richard Case Nagell's strange past, revealing that Nagell had been a contact for both the CIA and KGB at different times. The author's detailed and expert reconstruction of historic events will have readers wondering and questioning about new possible leads never before imagined in this still-unsolved murder.


Author Notes

Dick Russell is the author of thirteen books, including four books coauthored with former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura that spent weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. The Man Who Knew Too Much, about a conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy, was hailed as "a masterpiece of historical reconstruction" by Publishers Weekly.