Dare I Call It Murder?
June 28, 2013
11 days and counting
Book Release: July 9, 2013
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On July 9, I will draw names at random from the book's mailing list and give away a Kindle and some books. (No purchase required.) If you received this update by email, you're already on the list and do not need to sign up again.
I have posted an additional excerpt, this one about the FBI's official report, to the books's website.
I have added a Media Center. It contains news releases, photos, press kit, and news headlines from 1978-1980.
New blog post: Facebook, FBI/FOIA: Both a Puzzle.
Many of you have asked how to get an autographed copy of the book. You can order it from the website, or get it from a store and wait until our paths cross. Books are being shipped as of today.
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Ultimately, my goal for this book is not just to set the record straight.
I hope it proves helpful to others, and that those who endure a similar tragedy see that they are not alone.
I also want to achieve a greater public awareness of how traumatic grief, complicated bereavement, and PTSD can result from violent loss, and of the impact these conditions have on survivors, their relationships, their families, and society as a whole.
June is Post-Traumatic Stress Awareness Month. PTSD can affect anyone, adult or child, who experiences a traumatic event, especially when the trauma is related to violence, violent death, and violent loss.
Learn more: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on PTSD Awareness Month.
Again, thank you for taking an interest in my book. Words alone cannot express how much that means to me.
Kindest regards, and please celebrate Independence Day safely and sanely. (I will be fiddling for a dance in Old Town San Diego. How safe or sane is that? No canned vegetables, please!)