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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Reporter Who Knew Too Much by

We were sent a review copy of the book The Reporter WhoKnew Too Much by Mark Shaw.  This book is well-written and thought provoking. It involves the life and death of Dorothy Kilgallen and the events leading up to her untimely death.

Mr. Shaw makes a very good case for asking the medical examiner and district attorney’s office in New York to reopen the case.  He asks some very pertinent questions that were not asked at the time of the death of Dorothy Kilgallen.

Several years ago, we (Suzanne and David McClendon) found What’s My Line? on the Gameshow Network.  The moderator John Charles Daly and the regular panelists, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, and Dorothy Kilgallen, along with some of the rotating panelists like Arlene’s husband Martin, Paul Winchell, and others became like our family.

We had no idea at the time who any of these people were.  This book, The Reporter WhoKnew Too Much, helped us to see a side of Dorothy that we had never heard about.

This book is very entertaining as well as informative.  Of course, we the readers have no way of verifying any of the information from over 50 years ago but, the author makes a very compelling case for reopening an investigation that never seemed to start to begin with.

“Who killed Dorothy Kilgallen?” is a mystery that will only be solved by a more intense investigation than was conducted in the past. 

When reading this book, the reader will no doubt learn things they never knew about the interrelated cases of J.F.K.,  M.L.K.,  Marilyn Monroe, Jack Ruby, Lee Harvey Oswald, and, yes, Dorothy Kilgallen (maybe even Elvis, too). 

We suggest you add this book to your ‘to be read” list.




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  1. That sounds like a very interesting book.

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    1. It made a great case for investigating her death. Have a great week.

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