Me & Lee

Me & Lee

How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald

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In this memoir, Judyth Vary Baker, offers extensive documentation of how she came to be involved in cancer research, and her first-hand experience and love affair with Lee Harvey Oswald. She shows him as an undercover intelligence agent who was framed for the assassination he was trying to prevent, and how he was silenced by his old friend, Jack Ruby.
Publisher: Walterville, OR : Trine Day ; Chicago, Ill. : distributed to the trade by Independent Publishers Group, [2010]
Edition: 1st ed
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9781936296064
1936296063
9781936296378
1936296373
9780979988677
0979988675
Branch Call Number: 364.1524 B1746M 2010
Characteristics: xv, 608 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Marrs, Jim
Haslam, Edward T.

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waltery
Jul 20, 2015

This book seems to fill many missing parts of the puzzle re: why Lee Harvey Oswald at 24 yrs of age would be accused as the lone shooter of Kennedy....Lee Harvey Oswald had too much training and so many US government contacts and privileges to be just some lone nut acting alone.... whether Judyth Vary Baker is telling all the truth in this book doesn't matter, she fills in so many gaps and brings to the reader so much incite-full information that the whole plot surrounding the assassination of Kennedy seems to start to make sense....Perhaps not 100% of the real story but as close to the truth as we will ever read....

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StarGladiator
Feb 11, 2013

Valid and excellent book, especially when read along with the outstanding books by Donald Gibson, David Talbot, James Douglass, Peter Janney, Russ Baker and Lance deHaven-Smith's "Conspiracy Theory in America."

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myhandyman
Nov 28, 2011

Every year in November I read something about J.F.K. It has always interested me in what happened and why. This year 2011 I found this book on line and am glad I did read it. It tells a side that needed to be told and it is true with a lot of documentation unbelievable. It takes a while to sink in. It took two weeks to read part time it gave me a whole new look at the subject. Great read.

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bookjunkie6
Oct 27, 2011

We have all wondered who really killed President Kennedy. The Warren commission was a farce. One shot? I don't think so. This book will not definitely answer that question, but perhaps you will come to the conclusion it was not Lee Harvey Oswald. A truly explosive book, with all the read of espionage, as well as a love story. With the documentation presented, it is a very believable story. I was hooked.

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