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Last Witness by [Carter, Glen]
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A mysterious letter has reached retired FBI agent Frank Malloy. A letter bearing a name from a lifetime ago, from a woman who claims she saw what really happened on the day John F. Kennedy died in Dallas. Many were there to film the president, but Helena Storozhenko snapped a photo on November 22, 1963, that would have changed everything. Then she vanished.

Until now.

From her death bed in Odessa, the Babushka Lady provides a piece of evidence that will send Malloy and network television host Jack Doyle on a desperate search for the truth. has summoned Malloy and finally reveals what she witnessed in Dealey Plaza.

Malloy and Doyle need each other to solve a decades-old mystery, and to stop an assassin who is driven by the same evil which changed the world so tragically – so long ago. It all comes down to one place, one time, and one bullet as they race to prevent history from repeating itself – more than fifty years after a president was brutally slain – and Helena Storozhenko was The Last Witness.

About the Author

Glen Carter is an award-winning journalist who has spent nearly thirty years in the high-pressure world of television news. He has covered everything from national politics and crime to world leaders and deadly disasters. He is now applying his story-telling craft and decades of fact-driven writing to the flight of fiction. His first novel, Angels of Maradona, was published in 2008 by Breakwater Books.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1388 KB
  • Print Length: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Breakwater Books Ltd. (Oct. 11 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GXEZSLS
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa2178558) out of 5 stars 1 review
HASH(0xa2179558) out of 5 stars A novel that reads like non-fiction! Dec 30 2013
By Yankeelin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
"We've been told a lot about the murder of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, but we were not told everything. In the decades since that tragic day, America has had its share of fact and fiction, myths and misinformation. The truth is, the JFK story continues to be written...."

The quote above is fron LAST WITNESS- which is a novel mind you-but the quote is true in my mind nonetheless. (taken from an on-air news broadcast written into the story)
It begins in a way that has your head spinning- Guatemala, New England, NY, Havana....the list goes on. Characters, locations, and intricate intrigue. And as the book progresses, all becomes a woven fabric of pages.

My eyes popped open, got teary, and ultimately got tired from just staying up too late to keep turning pages.

4 thumbs up from myself and my husband!