His first book: Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ, as he points out, could not have been researched and written without all the other books that exhaustively documented numerous connections, links, movements of and relationships between the principle historical figures, cops, G men, politicians, secret service agents, and placements of the various people in the build up to and on the day of the murder itself.
It is written and footnoted with all the forensic factual detail of a fine English language QC, and the frighteningly brilliant barrister's mind bringing together a most compelling and sensible argument for the Veep being the principle actor in a fluid and multi-faceted cia-mob-gov plot to whack JFK.
As Jackie Kennedy and the rest of his family, I think i am correct in asserting, have always (privately) believed. His book Nixon's Secrets is also a must read as he manages to present him as a human being. He said Nixon answered cryptically when saying of the presidency, that though he was a sharp operator, he never killed anyone to get the job.
His book on the Clintons, written off as a hatchet job and ignored, makes a compelling case that Hilary was involved in plenty of dodgy pranks from the first time she hung out with Bill when they bunked after hours into an empty Louvre art gallery together; painting them as Tom and Daisy Buchanan in the Great Gatsby, creating havoc wherever they go and leaving it to others to clean up their monumental messes as they skip off back to to their gilded and privileged existence.
I just wanted the Bush madness to stop.