Best Books About Lee Harvey Oswald

There are a lot of great books about Lee Harvey Oswald. Here are some of our favorites:

1. Oswald’s Tale: An American Mystery by Norman Mailer

This is considered one of the best biographies of Oswald. It’s very detailed and well-researched, and Mailer does a great job of humanizing Oswald while also examining the evidence against him.

2. The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ by Roger Stone

Stone makes a compelling case that Lyndon Johnson was behind the Kennedy assassination. He presents a lot of interesting evidence and theories, and even if you don’t agree with his conclusion, it’s a fascinating read.

3. On the Trail of the Assassin: My Quest for the Killer of President Kennedy by George Plimpton

Plimpton was a well-known journalist and writer, and his account of his journey to try to track down the killer of Kennedy is both fascinating and tragic. He eventually came to believe that Oswald was the lone gunman, but his search is a fascinating read.

4. Destiny Betrayed: JFK, Cuba, and the Garrison Case by Jim DiEugenio

This is another book that makes a case against Oswald being the lone gunman. DiEugenio presents a lot of evidence that Oswald was involved with Cuban intelligence, and he also raise serious questions about the Warren Commission’s investigation.

5. An Open and Shut Case: The Facts About Lee Harvey Oswald and the JFK Assassination by Richard Belzer

This is a great book for anyone who wants to know more about the JFK assassination. Belzer presents the evidence against Oswald in a clear and concise way, and he also includes a lot of information about the Warren Commission and its investigation.

We hope you enjoy these books!