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The Day After Tomorrow
by Jon Symons   

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ISBN-10:  095424480X Type: 

Copyright:  2002

A what if political thriller


November 22nd 1963 and Walter Cronkite tells a stunned nation that John F. Kennedy is DOA at Parkland Memorial, the whole world mourning the passing of a 20th century icon.

Nearly thirty years on and John Capriotti is sent to Moscow to cover the diplomatic wrangling as the West moves inexorably towards Desert Storm and the Gulf War. Bored and frustrated by the international posturing and plagued by demons from his own past, Capriotti stumbles across the story of the century – only to realise it could cost him his life.

A beautiful young translator, her dead father, a jealous Mafia boss and a long lost Stasi file all lead Capriotti to think the unthinkable: - is Kennedy alive and living in Moscow?

Pursued by the OMON, the Iraqis and the CIA, Capriotti must find the one man who knows the truth before his own government buries him and the secret forever.

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The Boox Review October 2001
JFK assassination theorists will be drawn to this new novel by Scottish writer Jon Symons,a well done yarn about a foreign correspondent on the fact-finding trail of a mind-boggling premise: is Kennedy alive and living in Moscow? Symons skillfully tips the scales toward plausibility with a strong narrative and convincing dialogue.

The Last Word on Camelot - Carolyn Howard Johnson
If you thought every nook and cranny of the Kennedy assassination had been examined, that you'd heard the last, definitive gasp of creative content when Director Stone splashed his theories across the big screen, that there were reports enough to keep you nodding off for the next century, then you were wrong.

And it took a Yorkshireman to do it!

Jon Symons brings all of us a fresh take on American politics from November 22, 1963, right up to recent times. No matter how jaded you may be, you won't find The Day After Tomorrow a snooze. The characters are fresh and the plot is like an intricate, woven basket. All the basics of a thriller are carefully and artfully woven without a chapter heading anywhere in sight.

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