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Texas in the Morning: The Love Story of Madeleine Brown and President Lyndon Baines Johnson

There is a lot about President Lyndon Baines Johnson that you do not know but will be fascinated to learn. No one can shed more light on the man who became president by default when Kennedy was brutally murdered in the streets of Dallas than LBJ’s longtime lover, Madeleine Brown. An eyewitness to one of the most momentous times in American History, Brown will share with you the events leading up to Kennedy’s assassination and what really happened in Dallas that day, as well as the deep, genuine and intense nature of her relationship with LBJ. You will learn: -Why she believes LBJ participated in the plot to kill Kennedy, if not initiating it himself, along with the rich and powerful men of Texas. -How LBJ stole the election that put him in the US Senate. -What happened when LBJ rose to power and what he was really like as president and as a man. -Scandals that swirled around him as vice president and a string of murders that may be associated with him. -Little known facts about H. L. Hunt, Sam Rayburn, Clint Murchison, J. Edgar Hoover, Billy Sol Estes and other famous people of that era. -How she and Johnson had his only son, Steven, whom LBJ acknowledged and supported. Madeleine Brown delivers an eye-opening look at some of the most powerful men in Texas history. This book reads like a juicy romance novel without the offensive language of a XXX rated novel, but provides the loving intimacy between two people who were deeply in love. This relationship produced a love child that LBJ secretly accepted the financial responsibility for, but was unable to publicly acknowledge. Once you start this book, you will not put it down until it’s finished, for Madeleine’s experience in marketing gave her the skills to communicate in a most provocative manner, the true history of her 21 years as LBJ’s mistress.

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