Dorothy Kilgallen had it all: fame, fortune and family. She was a Pulitzer-prized nominated newspaper columnist, a star on the sixties TV game show “What’s My Line” and a crack investigative reporter who covered high profile criminal trials. On November 8, 1965, the 52-year-old media icon was found dead in her Manhattan townhouse bedroom. The cause: acute ethanol and barbiturate intoxication. The ruling: accidental. Or was it? Earlier that year, she had taken on the biggest case of career: the JFK Kennedy assassination. She was determined to find out whodunnit; she was certain she had. And she was afraid. No investigation followed; her murder remains unsolved. Now, bestselling author Mark Shaw takes on her story, armed with new facts, eyewitness accounts, revealing statements by family members and shocking new information about Jack Ruby’s part in the JFK assassination. And, of course, he’s got a list of possible suspects, including Kilgallen’s arch enemies: J. Edgar Hoover, mobster Carlos Marcello, Frank Sinatra, and a mystery man she met just hours before her death.