Praise for Larry Hancock’s Work:
Larry Hancock's stalwart and multi-year effort to unveil the truth about who was really behind JFK's murder comes together remarkably in "Tipping Point." I don't know of another independent researcher that's been able to put the many pieces together in such a cohesive and compelling way.
Dick Russell, author of "The Man Who Knew Too Much" and "On the Trail of
the JFK Assassins."
Larry Hancock’s new book The Tipping Point is a concise summary of his decades-long investigation into the assassination of President Kennedy. I have been following Larry’s work since his landmark "Someone Would Have Talked", which firmly puts to rest the often repeated and demonstrably false claim that if there was a conspiracy to kill the President, someone would have talked. They talked all right, and Larry documents a dozen cases, each of which leads to the heart of the case. I pretty much see eye to eye with Larry Hancock, and while we are usually on the same page, Larry always seems to be ahead of me, so I know I will learn something new
from anything he writes.
Bill Kelley, The JFKCountercoup Blog
Larry Hancock and I have worked on multiple projects over the years, back to the first edition of "Someone Would Have Talked" and "NEXUS". I am delighted to see the culmination of three decades of deep research appear in "Tipping Point". I'm proud of Larry's fine work -- his books are ones we look forward to -- and learn from.
Debra Conway, JFK Lancer
Tipping Point is the culmination of the consistent and coherent; it is a story as it should be written. Larry Hancock establishes concise timelines which plots a path through the labyrinthine details that have been collected by a diverse array of researchers and investigators over the past several decades, presenting a detailed picture of the tactical elements of the attack in Dallas Texas on November 22, 1963 – an attack which altered the future of the nation JFK had been elected to lead.
Chuck Ochelli, The Ochelli Effect
About the author:
Larry Hancock brings his formal training in history and cultural anthropology to his research and writing on Cold War history and national security subjects. A graduate of the University of New Mexico, he earned his BA with honors, majoring in history, cultural anthropology, and education. Following service in the United States Air Force, he pursued a career in technical education, computer/communications, and technology marketing.
Larry then returned to his long-term interest in historical research. Known as a "document geek", he researched and published several collections of CIA, FBI, and military documents prior to beginning his writing efforts. His document work led to his becoming a board member of the Mary Ferrell Foundation, a major online interactive history archive.
With a dozen books in print, his works include an exploration of long term patterns in covert action and deniable warfare ("Shadow Warfare" and “In Denial”), the effectiveness of national command authority and command and control practices ("Surprise Attack"), and the political assassinations of the 1960s (“Someone Would Have Talked”, “Killing King” and “The Awful Grace of God”) His most recent book is “Tipping Point / The Conspiracy That Murdered President John Kennedy”.