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Who Killed Kennedy
Series: Doctor Who
Other Virgin Release
Release Number:
Main Character: James Stevens
Featuring: Dodo Chaplet
Enemy: The Master
Setting:
Author: David Bishop (credited as James Stevens and David Bishop)
Publisher: Virgin Books
Publication: 18th April, 1996
Format: Paperback Book, 279 Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0-426-20467-0
Previous Story:
Following Story:

Contents

Publisher's Summary

The shocking secret linking a Time Lord and a President.

President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on 22 November, 1963.

Now, the publication of this volume reveals frightening new information about the assassination, the real reasons why the President of the United States had to die and an incredible plan to save the man known as JFK!

These stunning revelations involve an ultra-secret military force disguised as a minor off-shot of the United Nations and an international terrorist leader who has twice brought the world to the brink of nuclear conflict.

For more than three decades the public has been fed lies, half-truths and misinformation. Now despite — government attempts to halt the publication of this volume — the complete, shocking story can be told. Read the book they tried to ban!

Characters

References

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Companions of the Doctor

Conflicts (Earth based)

Individuals

Time technology

Corporations

UNIT and Affliates

Notes

  • However the cover has the silver diamond Doctor Who logo usually associated with the Virgin Missing Adventures and is generally grouped together with those novels,
  • The book reveals some of the "in-universe" explanations and cover-ups for alien invasions: for example, incidents like the Auton invasion are covered up as terrorist assaults and the Master (in his "Victor Magister" alias from The Dæmons) is later used as a scapegoat for them all. This leads to some incidents of discontinuity, such as the existence of the War Machines having been covered up despite them being public knowledge in The War Machines.

Continuity

External Links


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