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11-22-1963 [Kindle Edition]

Roy Widing
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Book Description


The Significance of 11-22-1963

November 22, 1963 is a day that forever changed the course of history. Adults of the time remember where they were and what they were doing when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Nearly half a century later, most  Americans continue to believe there was a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy and doubt suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. In his new novel 11-22-1963, author Roy Widing shows how the mysterious murder of a president may still be solved using yet-unexamined evidence.

The Hunt For New Evidence 

New evidence on President Kennedy's assassination continues to surface nearly a half century after the event. One reason is because thousands were on hand to greet President Kennedy in Dallas on his November, 1963 visit.  Another reason is because many who came to see the president brought cameras with them.  As a result, freshly-discovered movies and photos are still coming out.  In 2007, the George Jefferies film was released after sitting in a drawer for decades.  In 2011, the Roy Bottello film was released after sitting in a drawer for decades.  Both movies had never before been viewed by the public.

Official Beckons Film Holders To Come Forward

Sixth Floor Museum official Mr. Gary Mack remarked earlier this year about the discovery of a recently released film taken during President Kennedy's last night alive: "When I look at these films, I see people in the background with cameras and I know those pictures from that angle have not surfaced yet...and I wonder where are these pictures?  Why have these people not come forward?"  Given this stream of new evidence, is there more to be found?  And how might this help solve the mysterious JFK assassination?

All Photos and Home Movies Are Important

Mr. Mack said: "Everyone who captured the motorcade before the assassination thinks their pictures are unimportant. But to historians, all photos and home movies are important to possibly answer questions that will be asked in the future." Some accounts estimate 150,000 or more people lining the route of President Kennedy's motorcade.  Mr. Mack has encouraged anyone with film or photographs of the event to come forward. The recently-released novel 11-22-1963  shows how new evidence can still break the Kennedy assassination wide open.  As a result of the many cameras in Dallas during the president's visit, it's hardly surprising that newly discovered photos and movies continue to turn up. What will the next film to be discovered show? 11-22-1963 shows how the murder of a sitting president may still be solved. The key?  New evidence.  For more information on this exciting read, visit

Editorial Reviews


Widing has created a wonderfully suspenseful fictional book based on the historical assassination of JFK. The plot, which is completely different from Stephen King's novel 11/22/1963, plays with the question of what could happen should new evidence of the assassination turn up today. The main characters are fun and quirky, and will take you through their rolls of uncovering evidence of one of the most controversial mysteries of our time. And the ending allows for a future sequel.     John Repplinger, Library Shop Talk

From the Author

Though I've long been interested in the truth behind President John F. Kennedy's assassination, the story behind the book 11-22-1963 begins around 2003. 

I was talking with a family member and said "One day, new evidence on the JFK assassination will come out."  What I meant was that an unknown eyewitness could come forth, or a deathbed confession might be made.

But that's not what my relative thought I meant.  He looked at me and asked "You mean like a movie is found or something?"  That true-life suggestion began my work on the book 11-22-1963.  The reason this was a true-life suggestion is because in the years since I began the book, never-seen movies of President Kennedy's fateful visit to Dallas, Texas in November, 1963 continue to surface.  As a result, we were both right.  New evidence is coming out and much of it involves newly-found movies.  Truth is indeed stranger than fiction.

Product Details

  • File Size: 745 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615546234
  • Publisher: Quality House (October 3, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good Viewpoint From Another Direction July 27, 2013
By Tom C.
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I found the book a bit entertaining and bringing up the idea of uncovering one of the other films of this event which would blow the lid off the Grassy Knoll viewpoint. Some of the story line was a bit over the top but not too far fetched to some degree. Some of the situations were not connected very well and jumped around a bit. Overall, it gives thought to the time when we do find other films from that day.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where were you? March 14, 2013
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Baby boomers all remember where we were when the President was shot. Don't be daunted by the number of pages, you'll fly through this book to get ALL the answers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent January 31, 2013
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I purchased 2 of these books as gifts. Both recipients were pleased. I would order more from this author if they are available in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gives the reader food for thought November 4, 2012
By Marie
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I really enjoyed reading this book. I intend to implement this book into my classroom library so that my students can ponder all the possible scenarios regarding one of the most fascinating historical events in U.S. history
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3.0 out of 5 stars expected more October 23, 2012
By Brad
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I really hoped this book would offer more suspense than it did. There were a lot of under developed, or flat out missing details in this book  Also, if you are someone who is bothered by unbelievable situations, this book is full of them.
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3.0 out of 5 stars 11-22-1963 October 10, 2012
By Diand R
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Enjoyed reading the begining but became bored with the slow plot and too much unnessessary detail I began skipping pages just to get to the end
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More About the Author

Roy Widing is an American author of both fiction and non-fiction. He is a Portland, Oregon native and Willamette University graduate.

Roy's books include his non-fiction Whispers From The Tomb and a new novel, 11-22-1963.

In addition to writing books, Roy's music is featured in the award-winning independent film 'The Legend of Tillamook's Gold.'

Roy lives with his family in Oregon's beautiful Willamette Valley.

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