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By M. William Phelps

A chilling story of a sociopathic spouse and mom. . .compelling! --New York Times bestselling writer Harry N. MacLean

"Eye-opening. . . Phelps's writing reads like a secret novel." --Suspense Magazine

It began whilst Alan Bates and his new spouse arrived at his ex's residence to choose up his daughters for a weekend stopover at. Then charred our bodies have been present in a burned-out automobile on a lonely Georgia street. . .and investigators pieced jointly a shattering tale of a vicious divorce, a spurned woman's sour rage, and a thirst for revenge that ended in merciless, unflinching homicide. Updating this gripping true-life mystery with stunning new information, M. William Phelps uncovers the chilly center of an unthinkable crime.

"One of America's most interesting true-crime writers." --Vincent Bugliosi

"Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers." --Allison Brennan

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Ruby was the Chicago • 40 • T H E G R E AT E S T H OA X Mob’s man in Dallas, paying-off the police, a middlemanager in organised crime. 17 When the little group of people with doubts about the official verdict began to pick at the loose ends, the official version began unravelling immediately. Between 1964 and 1967 a series of books appeared, taking the official version to pieces: Joachim Joesten’s Oswald: Assassin or Fall-guy? and Thomas Buchanan’s Who Killed Kennedy? 18 Of these it was the Epstein and Lane books which got the attention of the media.

His account is included in Robert • 44 • T H E G R E AT E S T H OA X Cutler and WR Morris, Alias Oswald (Manchester, Maine: GKG Partners, 1985), which also includes a photograph of him. 10. Martino’s advance knowledge – or, more accurately, Martino’s widow’s account of Martino’s advance knowledge – is discussed in Larry Hancock’s very good Someone Would Have Talked (Southlake, Texas: JFK Lancer Productions, 2006). 11. This is discussed in detail in Peter Dale Scott, Deep Politics II (Skokie, Illinois: Green Archive Publications, 1995).

The opposition to the war was growing. The war was coming home and the Kennedy assassination was still a live issue. By 1967, the Warren Commission Report had been utterly trashed but no-one was any closer to finding out whodunnit. By 1967, everybody – the CIA, anti-Castro Cubans, pro-Castro Cubans, the FBI, the military, the oil industry, the KGB, LBJ, the Mafia or combinations of them – had been proposed as the culprits. At the heart of these early explorations was the question, Cui bono? ) which provided the rough and ready way to a hypothesis with which to look at the material.

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