ByLisa B.on July 23, 2015
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Elizabeth Horton-Newton has re-imagined history to create an interesting plot in which a widowed woman becomes involved with her mysterious neighbor. A love triangle, of sorts, ensues between the main character, the neighbor, and the memory of her deceased husband. The catalyst for the plot is Livvy's obsession to visit The Texas School Book Depository in Dallas. Her neighbor Bill reluctantly agrees to accompany her on the road trip. By the time they reach their destination, the two have shared secrets and romance.
The story is somewhat slow in the beginning but picks up about halfway through. I had a hard time putting it down in anticipation of what would happen next. The characters are well-developed and the mystery offers some intriguing developments. Some punctuation errors were noticeable but did not distract from the overall story.
If you are looking for information about JFK conspiracy theories, this book is not likely for you. However, if you want a story of pure fiction that explores the events of that period in history with a thought-provoking "what if" scenario, you will find this a refreshing story with interesting ideas and characters.