By Bonar Menninger
In 1967, a Baltimore guy named Howard Donahue all started investigating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Like numerous american citizens, Donahue was once thinking about the occasions in Dallas. yet what separated him from different novice sleuths, or even the Warren fee specialists, was once a lifetime's adventure with weapons and ballistics. within the years forward, those attributes, plus bulldoglike tenacity, could hold Donahue on a spellbinding trip again to that tragic day in 1963. because of his figuring out of ballistics--and a few striking luck--Donahue was once in a position to spot discrepancies within the proof that were overlooked either by way of the Warren fee specialists and through critics of the Commission's file. So he stored digging, attempting to comprehend. and at last Donahue pieced jointly the proof and got here to a surprising end: Lee Harvey Oswald couldn't have fired the shot that shattered Kennedy's cranium, and, in Donahue's judgment, just one different individual can have. He was once confident he knew who pulled the set off, and why this savage irony had remained buried for therefore lengthy. In Mortal errors, Bonar Menninger chronicles Donahue's twenty-five-year research of President Kennedy's loss of life and the lovely revelation it led him to. In crisp, rapid-fire prose, Menninger relates one of many maximum true-life detective tales ever informed. extra vital, he deals options to questions that experience haunted the United States for almost thirty years.