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Two Border Patrolmen, Bob Logan and Ernie Wheeler, stumble across a rusty jeep submerged in desert sand. Digging reveals a 1963 license, an old rifle, and nearly a million dollars in cash. What they didn't know was that they had just discovered the key to the most evil conspiracy America has ever seen; a conspiracy that has killed many times, and would kill again to coverTwo Border Patrolmen, Bob Logan and Ernie Wheeler, stumble across a rusty jeep submerged in desert sand. Digging reveals a 1963 license, an old rifle, and nearly a million dollars in cash. What they didn't know was that they had just discovered the key to the most evil conspiracy America has ever seen; a conspiracy that has killed many times, and would kill again to cover up what happened one bloody Texas afternoon long ago and changed the course of American history....

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ISBN : 9780583127431
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 204 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Flashpoint Reviews

  • Gary Stocker
    2019-03-26 16:18

    The novel that the 1984 film was based on. Based around the JFK assasinaion conspiracy. Bit of a different end from the film.

  • jsewellmcevoy
    2019-04-16 18:07

    Two border policeman find a buried jeep, a body and a rifle in the Texas desert. They also find almost a million dollars in cash. Before long their tentative inquiries as to the identity of the corpse bring the spooks down on their heads - from the military to the FBI. The body dates back to 1963 and the rifle is a Mauser...An interesting thriller which contains no new insights about the Kennedy assassination; it does however expose the exploitation of migrant labour along the border, the immigration dept conspiring with bosses to deport workers before they are paid for their labour. The culmination of the book rests upon a piece of misidentification, one made by the Dallas Police Department on the day of Kennedy's assassination - a disputed piece of evidence that deceives the two policemen throughout the novel, just as it did the world for a few hours on 11/22/63.Slow to start, but quite gripping by the end, and a nice addition to JFK folklore.