Covert back-channel communications from an official high within the USSR reveal that Nikita Khrushchev is planning to assassinate President Kennedy out of revenge for the Cuban Missile Crisis. Top secret messages from the source warn that that the Soviets are unable to remove the mentally unstable Khrushchev from office while he has the support of his Army. It quickly becomes apparent that Khrushchev will go to any lengths to kill Kennedy, an event that will likely start World War III. Out of options, Kennedy decides to beat Khrushchev to the punch.
There was nobody on the grassy knoll In Dallas, there wasn’t a second shooter. The only conspiracy that took place on November 22, 1963 was perpetrated by the President himself.
The Greatest Patriot is a thought provoking spin on the history of the last five decades that leaves its readers with a serious case of “What if?”
Dan Sullivan grew up in La Grande, Oregon. He now lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife Amy and their two children, Abigail and Kevin. He enjoys the outdoors and has backpacked across Europe and gone on numerous scuba diving adventures. He became interested in John F. Kennedy in Junior High School, when he read PT- 109. He has often speculated about what the world would be like if JFK had not died on that fateful day in November of 1963.
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