Where were you when JFK was shot?
Four-year-old Reece Landis stood just twenty feet from President Kennedy as the shots rang out in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. Fifty years later, that scene, like a reoccurring dream, is still as clear to Reece as it was then. But that's not unusual. Ask anyone who was four years of age or older on that day, 'Where were you when JFK was shot?' and they would likely still be able to tell you exactly where they were and what they were doing.
What is unusual is the dream is sometimes not the same. It s as if buried deep in his subconscious there is a different memory of what happened in Dealey Plaza that day.
For fifty years Reece has been obsessed with trying to release that memory. He knows that if he does, it will reveal the truth of what really happened that day. He also knows there are others who will do anything to make sure his dream never comes true.
In his fourth novel, Last Witness, Stan Wilczek Jr. has crafted a tightly plotted mystery-thriller with secrets, seductions, sex, lies, cover-ups, and conspiracies around the most witnessed murder of the twentieth century.
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Stan Wilczek Jr. is the author of three previous novels; The Kept Secret, The Soma Man, and Death's Revenge. Stan graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering and received an MBA from Syracuse University. He is also a graduate of Harvard's Advanced Management Program. He spent thirty years in the nuclear and utility industry and is currently an Assistant Professor of Business and Management at Keuka College. He is also on the adjunct staff at LeMoyne College. A lifelong resident of central New York, he lives there with his family and is currently working on his next book.
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Book Description North Country Books, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1886166382