In Cotton Coated Conspiracy, Book One: John McFerren's Word, true-crime enthusiasts are treated to a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most enigmatic players in the MLK assassination, Mr. John McFerren. As the result of a six-year investigation, every detail of what Mr. McFerren saw and heard from 1967 to 1968 is outlined within this compelling narrative. Did James Earl Ray work in Memphis in 1967 for a man named Frank C. Liberto? Who was paying James Earl Ray throughout his year-long journey? Was Memphis or neighboring Fayette County the home to any potential conspirators? In this jaw-dropping first installment in the Cotton Coated Conspiracy book series, readers are given the essential bread crumbs to come to their own incredible conclusions.


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In Cotton Coated Conspiracy, Book Two: Mafia Brothers & Sister Cities, the puzzle pieces provided by John McFerren begin to fall into place. True-crime investigator Randall Stephens digs deeper into McFerren's account and the conspiracy to kill Dr. King. Beginning in the city of Memphis, Stephens quickly uncovers the deep bonds between crime figure Frank C. Liberto,  several prominent businessmen in the Bluff City, and members of the Shelby County Sheriff's Dept. After compiling his organized crime linked evidence in the Mid-South, Stephens heads to New Orleans in search of clues linking the killing of Dr. King to Liberto's brother "Sal", gas station owner Robert Powers, crime boss Carlos Marcello, and the elusive friends of Very Very Dangerous, Tony Angelo and Anna Mae.