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Michael Hogan
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“Dorff not only includes everything, meaning every piece of valid evidence and character in the world of JFK research, he sculptures it into an incredible and quite plausible plot. It may be the first book in the case, fiction or non, that develops JFK as a solidly structured character. It’s hard to find fault with a creative work so original.” Gaeton Fonzi

Author's website: http://www.assassinationofjfkin22days.com/...obert_dorff.htm

YouTube interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVuWttX6V2w

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Days-Hath-November-R...5674&sr=1-1

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"Dorff not only includes everything, meaning every piece of valid evidence and character in the world of JFK research, he sculptures it into an incredible and quite plausible plot. It may be the first book in the case, fiction or non, that develops JFK as a solidly structured character. It's hard to find fault with a creative work so original." Gaeton Fonzi

Author's website: http://www.assassinationofjfkin22days.com/...obert_dorff.htm

YouTube interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVuWttX6V2w

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Days-Hath-November-R...5674&sr=1-1

A work of fiction, with an index?

BK

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“Dorff not only includes everything, meaning every piece of valid evidence and character in the world of JFK research, he sculptures it into an incredible and quite plausible plot. It may be the first book in the case, fiction or non, that develops JFK as a solidly structured character. It’s hard to find fault with a creative work so original.” Gaeton Fonzi

Author's website: http://www.assassinationofjfkin22days.com/...obert_dorff.htm

YouTube interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVuWttX6V2w

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Days-Hath-November-R...5674&sr=1-1

Good find Mike.

Has anyone here read it yet?

And here's an interesting link on the author's site:

http://www.assassinationofjfkin22days.com/...s_gangsters.htm

Is he really listing Sylvia Odio and the Castros as conspirators?

Or is that just a poorly arranged page?

I hope...

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For those that may not know Bob Dorff, he was the individual who followed on with Fonzi's research and

initiated the research that located Morales' friend Reuben....leading to most of the development of information

on Morales.

It's also important that its a novel and he's writing for dramatic effect.

Sort of like Bugliosi....grin. Larry

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Based on the quotes here this book looks like a big ol' smear.

http://www.assassinationofjfkin22days.com/...dy_excerpts.htm

Myra, it's self-published, which doesn't say it's bad. Sometimes it's hard to get certain subject matters published. I belong to 2 writer's workshops and they all self-publish like mad -- I don't and won't -- and walk around happy. The books are printed but not edited. Sometimes you can get a decent paperback cover. They give you a small amount of author copies and you have to pay half-price for every other book you want. I've seen novels costing $30 bucks. They don't promote you or your book. I don't even think they pay you. You pay them. I'm talking about Publish America, i Universe, ex libris.

Kathy

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For those that may not know Bob Dorff, he was the individual who followed on with Fonzi's research and

initiated the research that located Morales' friend Reuben....leading to most of the development of information

on Morales.

It's also important that its a novel and he's writing for dramatic effect.

Sort of like Bugliosi....grin. Larry

I don't recall having met Bob Dorff, but when I got to a lot of weird places - Chauncey Holt, Brad Ayers,...they asked me about Bob Dorff so I knew he was there before me.

BK

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Based on the quotes here this book looks like a big ol' smear.

http://www.assassinationofjfkin22days.com/...dy_excerpts.htm

Myra, it's self-published, which doesn't say it's bad. Sometimes it's hard to get certain subject matters published. I belong to 2 writer's workshops and they all self-publish like mad -- I don't and won't -- and walk around happy. The books are printed but not edited. Sometimes you can get a decent paperback cover. They give you a small amount of author copies and you have to pay half-price for every other book you want. I've seen novels costing $30 bucks. They don't promote you or your book. I don't even think they pay you. You pay them. I'm talking about Publish America, i Universe, ex libris.

Kathy

Ah, interesting info Kathy, thank you.

I wonder what percentage of books on the assassination of President Kennedy are self-published.

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Myra, it's self-published, which doesn't say it's bad. Sometimes it's hard to get certain subject matters published. I belong to 2 writer's workshops and they all self-publish like mad -- I don't and won't -- and walk around happy. The books are printed but not edited. Sometimes you can get a decent paperback cover. They give you a small amount of author copies and you have to pay half-price for every other book you want. I've seen novels costing $30 bucks. They don't promote you or your book. I don't even think they pay you. You pay them. I'm talking about Publish America, i Universe, ex libris.

Kathy

Ah, interesting info Kathy, thank you.

I wonder what percentage of books on the assassination of President Kennedy are self-published.

I know Carroll and Graf publish books on Assassination-related subjects. They're a respectable publisher. But other than that... Oswald's Tale was published by a biggie, Random House, because of the author, Norman Mailer. Mailer couldn't prove a conspiracy. Someone told me Random House was a CIA-media asset.

I know Viking published DeLillo's novel (which I haven't read yet), Libra, about Oswald, in 1988; the same press Jackie Onassis worked for and possibly left because of critics like John Leonard. He wrote, "Someone should be ashamed of herself," because Viking was going to publish a novel based on Chappaqquiddick. (Jackie went to work for Doubleday.) It seems to me that Robert Dorff self-published either by printer or using one of the self-publishing entities around today, and is selling his book on his own Internet site.

Kathy

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