Margaret Baker's mostly innocent interest to want to see John F. Kennedy as he travels through a city in Texas turns into a mysterious secret of a film that holds some answers that no other film taken that day seemed to capture. On one hand, I thought Margaret was brave to keep such a secret for so long to protect her and her family. On the other hand, I think it would have helped more than she thought if she brought the film forward when she was alive. Putting the film into the hands of another family member seemed like it could've been just as risky as coming forward herself when she was alive, because it put her family member at risk instead of her. I am generally a person that doesn't enjoy diving into history that much. I think I stayed interested through most of this story because I am becoming more interested in seeing mysteries solved about situations where bad things happen to people, which this story does a great job of making happen.
Since this book is fiction it can put some people's minds at rest in some ways about John F. Kennedy's assassination and make some people wonder in other ways.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale Publishing for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
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