A flywheel publisher has been booked to host a book about the murder of John F. Kennedy, a book that was first published in 1963 and was never reprinted.
Flywheel Publishing has announced that it will be co-hosting the book, “The JFK Assassination: A Novel,” with author James P. Johnson, who wrote the book and the film of the event.
Johnson is the author of “The Kennedy Assassination” and has been working on the book since 2014.
He is also the director of the Center for Presidential History at Rutgers University.
In addition to Johnson, the book will feature contributions from Robert and Margaret Staggs, author of the biography “The Assassination,” and Elizabeth Harkavy, a professor of history at Emory University.
Johnson’s book was first released in 2012 and has since been nominated for numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award.
In 2016, Johnson and his wife, Margaret, founded Flywheel Publishing.
Flywheels novel centers on the fictional life of Robert F. Bukowsky, a former FBI agent turned CIA officer turned journalist who was killed in the Kennedy assassination.
Johnson said in a statement that he was honored to be a part of Flywheel’s project.
The book, titled “The Kennedys: The Assassination and Its Aftermath,” was co-written by Johnson and Robert and Marguerite Stagg.
The book is set to be released in September 2018.
The author also serves as president of Flywheels, which publishes books under his name.