The Irish writer George Bernard Shaw called it an extreme form of censorship and indeed political assassination has often been used by the unscrupulous for ridding themselves of their enemies.
This book takes an in-depth look at 25 of history's most infamous assassinations and assassination attempts. It contains no wild theories, no mad speculation – just a look at the cold, hard facts surrounding some of the world's most famous killings.
The tales told include the assassinations of:
John F. Kennedy
Robert F. Kennedy
Rasputin, plus many more
And the attempted assassinations of:
Pope John Paul II, plus many more
Each entry contains a biography of the subject detailing who they were and where they came from; an in-depth look at the killing; a profile of the killer and a comprehensive aftermath. It belongs on the shelf of every history buff and anyone with an interest in the ultimate crime.
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