Friday, July 25, 2014

Frame 232 by Wil Mara

About the Book:


FACT: On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

In the years since, several photos have been discovered that show a woman standing not more than thirty feet from the president’s limousine, holding what appears to be a video camera.
This woman has since become known as “the Babushka Lady.” Yet her true identity, her camera, and the footage she shot have never been found.

WHAT IF half a century later, her film surfaced . . . and it contained the final piece of evidence needed to solve the greatest crime of the twentieth century?

My Thoughts:

Wow, what a book!  Wil Mara takes the truth of events on that fateful day and turns them on their heads.  Unfortunately, I can't share anything or it would spoil the enjoyment of discovering for yourself just how great the story is.

Suffice it to say I can't wait to see what Wil tackles next.  His characters are realistic, his theories are plausible, and it will leave you this how it really happened?

I loved this one, start to finish.  While it might seem to bog down a bit in the middle, hang in's all vital to the story.  And hang on to old photographs and never know what you might help uncover.

My thanks to my friends at Tyndale House Publishers for my complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.  Honestly, I was supposed to have posted this a long time ago, but I was taking a much needed break from writing online reviews.  This is the kind of book that gets your creative juices flowing again.

Highly recommended!

Happy Reading!



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