New Review of On The Trail of Delusion
Updated: Oct 11, 2021
The article covers a variety of conspiracy theories and included this terrific paragraph:
"For all the sense one could make of his over-the-top methods and resulting charges, and his own psychosis, Garrison’s convoluted theories could just as easily have consisted of magical incantations from the witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth: “Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble”. Unfortunately, the combination was applied in framing innocent men."
Mark Milke also has some very nice things to say about my book:
"About the only angle from Posner and similar books left to examine in even more detail was Garrison’ insidious role. Which brings us back to Litwin’s book on the New Orleans prosecutor. Litwin has done a yeoman’s work of sourcing original documents, in-person interviewing, working the ground in Dallas, Washington, D.C. and New Orleans, while adding telling details such as that Garrison once even slurred a prominent Jewish-Canadian businessman in Montreal.
The 445-page book is nearly one-fourth composed of source listings, attesting to Litwin’s exhaustive work to investigate Garrison and illuminate the man’s particular combination of determination and derangement and why that matters to the JFK conspiracy industry"