This work is Livingstone's third take on the Kennedy assassination squabbles; he wrote High Treason 2 ( LJ 5/15/92), which was an update of High Treason (Conservatory Pr., 1989). He revisits, yet again, his thesis that JFK's autopsy photos were faked. Sloppy scholarship and argumentative writing destroy whatever merit exits in Livingstone's case. He states that James Hepburn's Farewell America (Frontiers, 1968) ``was almost completely suppressed in the United States.'' Yet a quick check of OCLC reveals that 46 libraries in 26 states own it. After Gerald Posner's Case Closed ( LJ 10/15/93), it is difficult to know what to believe about the JFK assassination. Livingstone states that the media is put off by the disinformation. ``They are simply exhausted by thirty years of bullshit.'' He got that right. Not recommended. See also Gaeton Fonzi's The Last Investigation , reviewed above.--Ed.-- Randall L. Schroeder, Augustana Coll. Lib., Rock Island, Ill.