American Injustice  

Patch Kincaid Series

Volume 4  

Martin Luther King

Robert F. Kennedy  


 Flying to war torn Vietnam Patch Kincaid and Ray Meinkewitz are part of a secret plan,  Operation Bluebird Rescue, to extricate Commander Phineas Beauregard from an American prison near Saigon and question Winkamp, an important player in the death of President Kennedy. An extensive riot ensues as Patch’s flying skills are challenged as Patch, Phinney and Meinkewitz attempt to flee the country and top CIA operative Baker Finch.  

In the next phase throughout Europe Patch searches for the elusive report that specifies how and why President Kennedy was killed. Finding that reports leads to deadly consequences.     LBJ drops out of the presidential race after Senator Robert F. Kennedy from New York announces a run for the presidency. Kennedy’s extraordinary campaign is recorded primary by primary and speech by speech.

  Patch faces Baker Finch at Gibraltar and more intelligence officers at a Christmas gala at a castle in England. He again meets Natalie Tomkins. The torch is lit in their relationship and in the race to find the de Gaulle report on the assassination of President Kennedy.  

This is 1968, a horrendous year of assassinations and further bloodshed in Vietnam. The deaths of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy are detailed with the truth-how they were killed as threats to the existing order. Justice is denied to those who dared to seek it and for those citizens left to absorb the deluge. Once again, an inconsequential event. This one involving Jim Morrison and The Doors changes history.      
Robert P. Fitton

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