In Honor's Name (The Bureau Book 6) by Michael Newton
Book VI of The Bureau—In Honor's Name—spans events from January 1956 through publication of the Warren Report on President John Kennedy's assassination, encompassing: the Black civil rights movement and southern resistance by organized terror, plus the Hungarian rebellion and escalating warfare in Southeast Asia, the election of America's first Roman Catholic president and his Attorney General brother's campaign against organized crime, the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Cuban missile crisis, JFK's assassination in Dallas and suppression of its conspiratorial details. Robert Kennedy's resignation as Attorney General ends the "Camelot" era, while the Gulf of Tonkin incident propels America toward full-scale military involvement in Vietnam. Series protagonists confront unexpected challenges, none of them emerging unscathed, costing some of them their lives. Their children grow, pursuing various careers in law enforcement or the realm of crime, some undergoing transformations that divert the courses of their lives forever.