By Bryan Woolley. I don't carry fiction as a rule, but "re-imaginings" of major cases qualify as true crime, sometimes -- and Woolley incorporates a lot of the bold-type accounts of the day of JFK's assassination, including Manchester and the Warren Report. And that author photo is a classic; he looks like he's racking his brain for a band name at trivia.
This first-edition hardcover's jacket has a handsomely simple design, but the condition is a little scruffy, as you'll see in the pics, and the top page edges have some spots. The (nifty deckle-edge) pages are clean inside, though, and the spine's nice and tight. Not exactly a rarity, but for the JFK case-head you think has everything, this might be a solid purch.