An offbeat JFK murder conspiracy book | Sandusky Register The assassination of President John Kennedy and the conspiracy theories that have developed about it might seem to have been covered in many previous books, but self-described "crackpot historian" Adam Gorightly, who has written nine books so far, appears to have found a fresh angle. His new book, "Caught in the Crossfire: Kerry Thornley, Oswald and the Garrison Investigation" details how Thornley, a little-known but influential counterculture figure, had to fight off accusations from conspiracy theorist and district attorney Jim Garrison of New Orleans. 
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An offbeat JFK murder conspiracy book