Monday, November 18, 2013

Frame 232 by Wil Mara

Any of us who have been around any length of time have wondered who really was behind the
Kennedy assassination.  Did Lee Harvey Oswald truly act alone? 50 years later, there are still so many questions.

Wil Mara's new book titled "Frame 232" dives into that topic in a fictional story about how the film taken that awful day in Dallas by the "Babushka Lady" surfaces, exposing that Oswald was not the only gunman.

Truth-seeker and millionaire, Jason Hammond, is contacted by the Babushka Lady's daughter (Sheila Baker) after finding the carefully stored film in her mother's safe deposit box.  Sheila's mother, Margaret Baker, was too afraid to turn the film over to the authorities while she was still alive, leaving Sheila the burden of deciding what to do with it.

And Margaret had good cause to be afraid.

Although the author truly believes Oswald was the only gunman that day (as he states in the Author's Notes and Afterward), he tells a fascinating story about "What if...?"  The level of corruption and accountability in the assassination plot is beyond scary as almost "everyone" was part of the conspiracy.  And that level of power has access to those who can keep their secrets.

Will we ever find out the complete truth about JFK's assassination?  I personally don't think so.  Do I think Wil Mara's book is worth reading?  Absolutely.

Download Wil Mara's special Q & A here.

Watch the book trailer here:

Disclosure of Material Connection: I was provided a free copy of this book by Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my honest opinion.

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