Jim Marrs is an award-winning veteran Texas journalist whose books have reached the New York Times bestseller list. Crossfire has sold 1.5 million copies since 1990, and its theories were featured in Oliver Stone's movie JFK. His book The Alien Agenda (HarperPaperbacks:1997) is widely considered to be one of the most comprehensive and balanced journalistic accounts of the ET phenomenon. Marrs started out with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and later owned several newspapers before becoming an independent writer.
"They thought they could frighten Judyth Vary Baker into silence. And for decades they succeeded. But it's too late to shut her up now. She's already blown the whistle! And she did it for her friend Lee Oswald. Judyth's story is a dark odyssey of disease, murder, and betrayal, but it is one laced with innocence, hope, and love." -- Edward T. Haslam, author, Dr. Mary's Monkey