Front Row Seat

For this one, Mike collaborated with Murphy Martin to pen Martin’s memoir.








Front Row Seat: A Veteran Reporter Relives the Four Decades That Reshaped America

by Murphy Martin

Eakin Press






From Publishers Weekly:

Martin presents his own professional and personal take on the familiar characters connected to JFK’s murder. At times the recollections provide a fresh perspective — e.g., besides the priest, Martin was the only other man present at the christening of Marina Oswald’s daughter Rachel, becoming her godfather by default.

. . . the section on Ross Perot is quite compelling; it provides a true insider’s take on his character, public and private, and his campaigns, corporate and political.

Kennedy assassination buffs and Perot fans should appreciate this book; it’s written by someone who knows how to sort out facts and shape them into stories.

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