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Author: Robert K. Wilcox Narrator: Paul Heitsch Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: November 2016 ISBN: 9781504756372
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The true story of a mysterious, dashing stuntman-turned-spy who may have been behind John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

His name was René Dussaq. He was born in Buenos Aires and educated in Geneva and Cuba. He was a daring WWII paratrooper who parachuted behind enemy lines for dangerous undercover work in support of the French Resistance. He was a handsome, charming man who briefly worked as a Hollywood stuntman.

He was also a spy who may have killed John F. Kennedy.

The shocking new book Target: JFK reveals page-after-page of incredible, never-before-reported evidence that René Dussaq is the missing link in the assassination mystery that has puzzled America for half a century.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Historians and readers alike have a duty to consider all the evidence…you will be intrigued by…Wilcox’s fascinating tale about clandestine operative, René A. Dussaq.”

    Mel Ayton, author of Hunting the President

  • “Even those well-versed in JFK assassination arcana will be surprised by the possible involvement of…René Dussaq. Read Robert Wilcox’s Target: JFK and judge the tale for yourselves.”

    Tevi Troy, presidential historian, former White House aide, and author of Shall We Wake the President?

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About the Author

Robert K. Wilcox is an award-winning journalist, screenwriter, and author living in Los Angeles. His nonfiction works include Wings of Fury, Target Patton, and The Truth about the Shroud of Turin. In addition to writing for film and television, he has reported for the New York Times and contributed to the Miami Herald’s Tropic magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and National Geographic. During the Vietnam War, he served as an Air Force information officer.

About the Narrator

After producing, directing, and engineering spoken word recordings for over twenty years, Paul Heitsch began narrating audiobooks in 2011, and has recorded many bestselling titles as both himself and under a pseudonym. A classically trained pianist, Paul is also a composer and sound designer, and is currently the director of music for the James Madison University School of Theatre and Dance, and an adjunct instructor for the JMU School of Music. He and his family live in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia (although Chicago will always be his hometown).