INTRODUCING A NEW SERIES OF BOOKS

VAGA QUICK READ BOOKS

In response to a growing demand for briefer reading material for readers on the go, Vaga Books (Dave’s own imprint) is issuing a new series of brief, concise books under the banner of   “Quick Read Books”.

The first volume (at left) is “Amelia Earhart:  Who was she?” It is as complete as possible within the constraints of its format and is nicely illustrated.  

The author thinks that it will give millions of readers an idea of who this amazing person was.  To make it more affordable, it is available for only 99¢.

It is available on Kindle now.

Enjoy!

NOTE:

The next volume in the series will be on the JFK assassination and is tentatively titled, ”The JFK Assassination: The Darkest Agenda”.

NOW JUST:

99¢

99¢

NOW JUST:

The second title in this series, this book is an outgrowth of Dave’s longtime (41 years) interest in the Kennedy Assassination.

Dave was sitting in class at his high school on the late morning of November 22, 1963 and listened in horror to the incredible news on the loudspeaker that President Kennedy had been shot.

Like a lot of people, it took many years, until the release of EXECUTIVE ACTION in 1973, for Dave work through the pain of the assassination.  Ever since, Dave has continued to look closely at this dark chapter in American History as new information has come out.  At present, the truth behind the Kennedy Assassination does not look pretty.

This hard-hitting book puts together the best information that has been developed by researchers since 1964, plus some of his own new perspectives to deliver a fresh, incisive overview of the most momentous event in American history.

We have seen the best of our time, machinations, hollowness, treachery, and all ruinous disorders

 follow us disquietly to our graves.


--King Lear, Act I, Scene II



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It is . . . a darkly cautionary tale.  Kennedy’s only offense was of trying to remake a country still steeped in the 19th century, to vanquish organized crime, and to try to eliminate war and violence through diplomacy and sensibility. But there were too many corrupt people who stood to lose money and were almost venomously resentful of change.

The Author