The publisher says the book:
“provides a detailed look at how JFK could and should have been protected and debunks numerous fraudulent notions that persist about the day in question, including that JFK ordered agents off the rear of his limousine; demanded the removal of the bubble top that covered the vehicle; and was difficult to protect and somehow, directly or indirectly, made his own tragic death easier for an assassin or assassins.”
“This book also thoroughly investigates the threats on the president’s life before traveling to Texas; the presence of unauthorized Secret Service agents in Dealey Plaza, the site of the assassination; the failure of the Secret Service in monitoring and securing the surrounding buildings, overhangs, and rooftops; and the surprising conspiratorial beliefs of several former agents.”
Palamara told the Examiner that “Survivor’s Guilt” differs from other JFK books because ” a) my book does NOT stand or fall based on a theory and b) it holds up whether or not one believes Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone or that there was a conspiracy.”
“My book is unique in this capacity,” he says.