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"During the reading of her mother’s will, Sheila Baker discovers that she has inherited everything her parents ever possessed, including their secrets. A mysterious safe-deposit box key leads her to the answers to one of history’s greatest conspiracies: Who killed John F. Kennedy? Not only does she have the missing film, revealing her mother as the infamous Babushka Lady, but she has proof that there was more than one shooter. On the run from people who would stop at nothing to keep secrets buried, Sheila turns to billionaire sleuth Jason Hammond for help. Having lost his own family in a tragic plane crash, Jason knows a thing or two about running from the past. With a target on their backs and time running out, can Jason finally uncover the truth behind the crime that shook a generation--or will he and Sheila become its final victims?" --Page 2 of cover.
Publisher: Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2013
ISBN: 9781414381763
9781414359519
141438176X
1414359519
Characteristics: xii, 424 pages ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Frame two hundred thirty-two

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StarGladiator
Dec 21, 2016

What if the Zapruder film wasn't the only footage of the JFK assassination, the Publishers Weekly critic asks?
What if Americans [and especially just about every so-called critic I've ever read] actually knew something about what they state?
The Secret Service [specifically, SAIC Forrest Sorrels] confiscated the Nix film, the Moorman Polaroid and the Phil Willis photos, et cetera. Plenty of other film around, bubba!
Try reading a non-fiction book like the daughter of Orville Nix, Gayle Nix Jackson's book: Orville Nix : the missing JFK assassination film
There is a logical reason why they confiscated that film, just as there's a logical reason why, on 11/22/63 the CIA man on site in Dallas was J[ames] Walton Moore, and years later the director of the Audio-Visual Division of the National Archives was named James Moore, shortly before a fire occurred, destroying millions of feet of archived film.
J. Walton Moore [CIA Domestic Contacts Division, Dallas], William Harvey [CIA Station chief, Italy], J. Gordon Shanklin [FBI Special Agent in Charge, Dallas], knew each other from working together at the FBI back in the 1940s. The CIA's James Jesus Angleton was with the OSS in Italy, as was the Deputy Chief of the Secret Service, Paul J. Paterni, and they both were commanded by one Col. Clifton Carter, who was LBJ's chief advisor on 11/22/63, riding in the communications vehicle behind Johnson's car in the presidential motorcade, and Carter's brother then was deputy director of the CIA, Gen. Marshall S. Carter. [And a CIA assistant deputy director, Tracy Barnes, was cousin to Allen Dulles.]
Meanwhile, the acting Treasury Secretary [the head of the Secret Service chief] at that time was Gaspard D'Andelot Belin, close friend to fired CIA director, Allen Dulles, and brother-in-law to National Security Advisor to President Kennedy, McGeorge Bundy. Belin was General Counsel to the DoT, and he both served in World War II with William Bundy and attended college together with William, brother to McGeorge.
And the connections don't stop there . . . .
[And I would humbly advise the PW reviewer to read up on Jamie Enyart, the RFK assassination, the the court settlement for his confiscated, never to be seen again, film of that CIA-directed murder.]

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moviefan01
Apr 05, 2014

Hoo-boy. I'm not certain where I should even start with reviewing this book. At first, I was hesitant to read it, as it's published by Tyndale House, a somewhat conservative/Christian firm. But the religious angle is lite 'n' easy, and it's a rollicking good read. I loved this whole Kennedy assassination angle: It's well done without being over-bearing, and it leaves open the idea that Oswald was kinda' sorta' doing his own thing. Apparently first in a series, introduces a wealthy, Bruce Wayne-like
philanthropist (complete with an Alfred-
type sidekick) investigator Jason Hammond.

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dmttaxman
Jul 30, 2013

This is a great book--one of my favorites reads this summer!

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