The House on Harlandale

by Gary Hill



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/17/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 268
ISBN : 9781796098402
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 268
ISBN : 9781796098419
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 268
ISBN : 9781796098396

About the Book

The House on Harlandale offers a historical scenario drawn on real people, real events, and the inevitable aftermath of conflicting ideologies. Like thousands of meteors racing to a point of collision, powerful forces fueled by Cold War paranoia came together in a small house in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas in November 1963. The result was the death of a president and a radical change in world politics. Diverse Cold War forces merged out of nationalistic ideology, lust for power, intolerance, hatred, and greed. Rogue US Intelligence operatives, Cuban patriots, Mafioso, and military hawks allied to a common goal. The government was stolen in a coup d’etat, using lies and fear to manipulate the masses into acceptance. This book is the story of how it may have all come together at the House on Harlandale.

About the Author

Gary Hill is a retired teacher who has spent fifty years of his life researching the Cold War in general and the assassination of JFK specifically. He has appeared on talk shows, published articles, and given lectures on the topic. His substantial JFK library consists of hundreds of books, articles and pictures, and thousands of documents obtained from the CIA, FBI, the military, and NARA via the Freedom of Information Act. He has interviewed witnesses, and published articles in local newspapers and journals such as the Fourth Decade and JFK/Deep Politics Quarterly and local newspapers such as the Cranberry Journal and New Castle News. He was a charter member of the Citizens for the Truth of the Kennedy Assassination, the Cyril Wecht Coalition on Political Assassinations (now CAPA), and JFK Lancer. He has appeared on talk shows, published articles, and given lectures and slide presentations on the topic. He is listed in the Master Researcher Directory. Mr. Hill is also the author of The Other Oswald: A Wilderness of Mirrors (TrineDay, 2020).