WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The Landlord’s Disclosure, published just in time for the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination, is a blockbuster novel that unmasks the “crime of the century.” The Landlord’s Disclosure is a masterful book written by Stewart Craig Miller where he boldly exposes the men involved John F. Kennedy assassination. It’s not just another conspiracy theory, but an insightful investigation of actual historical events that leads us down a footbath of facts gleaned from inside the CIA. The story is revealed by The Landlord, Jim Roberts, an ex-CIA operative and eavesdropping technician who has become a hermit in hiding. The Landlord is the last person in the world to know the identities of the persons involved in the plot to assassinate John F. Kennedy, and he rushes to disclose the story for posterity through his trusted renter before assassins silence him.
The Landlord’s renters are 1968 college graduates and fraternity brothers subjected to the perilous panorama of the times: repercussions of the Vietnam war, the draft, death, drugs and a cultural schism as they brandish a not-so-subtle cynicism towards self-serving political leaders.
The book takes the reader into a decade of darkness, 1960-1969, as the villains’ deeds are skillfully exposed, and from this turbulent backdrop two stories emerge, parallel each other and merge into a thrilling conclusion.
The central theme is the Landlord’s clandestine story as an employee inside the CIA, his perilous encounters with renegade operatives, mobsters and murderers, and ultimately the earthshaking discovery of the plot to assassinate John F. Kennedy.
The second is its antithesis: a vine of love that grows against the dissension of the times in a subtle comparative analysis of women and personal values. The book—now holding you tightly—details in-depth philosophical discussions and humorous conversations—the banter between friends—about women, the sexual revolution, Masters and Johnson, and the draft, all taking place during a quixotic adventure to California in search of “free love” and the Landlord’s hidden fortune.
Some mysteries, like assassinations, basketball games and love, are resolved and realized while others are lost. The mystery of the John F. Kennedy assassination has been buried under fifty years of dust until author Stewart Craig Miller connected the bloody dots for us. If truth is stranger than fiction, then this book must be the truth—and it’s a must-read.
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