Here are some of them:
When the Warren Commission issued its final report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, it was supposed to answer all of the questions Americans had about what happened on that tragic day in Dallas. Today we are more skeptical than ever that we know the whole truth. And even if you accept the Warren Commission’s basic premise that Oswald killed JFK on his own (a majority of American still believe it was some sort of conspiracy). There are many unanswered questions about what happened on November 22, 1963.
Here are some of them:
At Mystery Lover's Bookshop in Oakmont, Pa on November 22 with owner Laurie Stephens and the store's Coffee and Crime discussion group. It was the 51st anniversary of the JFK assassination, and I talked about my novel The Kennedy Connection - plus my views about many of the unanswered questions about Dallas. The people in the group had plenty of fascinating theories of their own too. It was a great conversation and a fun event!
Back in New York after a fun week in Long Beach, Cal. at the Bouchercon worldwide mystery conference. Met Michael Connelly, Sue Grafton, Donald Bain, Jan Burke, Hank Phillippi Ryan and so many other great authors and fans. The 70 degree weather didn't suck either.
Meeting with Sue Grafton, one of my favorite authors, at Bouchercon worldwide mystery conference in Long Beach on Nov. 14. She said at a panel that a fan had once come up with some crazy idea to have Kinsey Milhone investigate the JFK murder. I told her it wasn't that crazy! Super nice lady...
There's a new Harry Bosch novel from Michael Connelly coming out on Nov. 3. Always a treat. I've read pretty much everything Michael Connelly has written over the past 20 years or so. I like the Harry Bosch character better than Mickey Haller. But everything Connelly writes is top-notch. http://www.michaelconnelly.com/novels/burning-room/
R.G. Belsky is an author of crime fiction and a journalist in New York City. His newest mystery , YESTERDAY'S NEWS, will be published in May 2018 by Oceanview. It is the first in a series featuring Clare Carlson, the news director for a New York City TV station. Belsky's last book, BLONDE ICE, was published by Atria in October 2016. It is the third in a series of books from Atria about Gil Malloy, a hard-driving newspaper reporter with a penchant for breaking big stories on the front page of the New York Daily News. The first book in the Gil Malloy series - THE KENNEDY CONNECTION - was published in 2014 and SHOOTING FOR THE STARS came out in 2015. Belsky himself is a former managing editor at the Daily News and writes about the media from an extensive background in newspapers, magazines and TV/digital news. At the Daily News, he also held the titles of metropolitan editor and deputy national editor. Before that, he was metropolitan editor of the New York Post and news editor at Star magazine. Belsky was most recently the managing editor for news at NBCNews.com. His previous suspense novels include PLAYING DEAD and LOVERBOY. BLONDE ICE was nominated as a finalist for the David Award at Deadly Ink and also for the Silver Falchion at Killer Nashville in 2017. He was the Claymore Award winner at Killer Nashville 2016 and also a Silver Falchion Finalist in both the mystery and thriller categories.