George M. George is an assistant public defender for Cuyahoga County, Ohio. He has a BA in political science from Baldwin-Wallace, an MA in philosophy from Cleveland State University, and his JD from Case Western Reserve University. He currently resides in Cleveland, OH.
Daniel R. George is an associate professor of humanities at Penn State College of Medicine. He has a BA in English and philosophy from the College of Wooster and an MSc and a PhD in medical anthropology from Oxford University. Books authored include The Myth of Alzheimer’s (St. Martin’s Press, 2008) and Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021). He currently resides in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania.
On the morning of November 22, 1963, a mysterious transmission from deep space persuades President John F. Kennedy to abandon plans to take his motorcade through Dallas. Hours later, Vice President Lyndon Johnson is slain by assassins’ bullets in Dealey Plaza and the world is thrown into crisis. As Kennedy pursues the source of this fateful signal while trying to solve the Johnson assassination, he, along with his brother Bobby and wife Jackie, are pulled into a surreal extraterrestrial adventure involving an inter-galactic crime syndicate and a band of bizarre—and rather quirky—creatures fighting for justice across the known universe. As they seek resolution in the face of chaos, the Kennedys receive unexpected help from John Lennon, a man purporting to be Lee Harvey Oswald, and Virginia Dare. Kennedy conspiracy theories don’t get any ‘weirder’ than this.