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The Scrapbook Lecture is a fact-based historical fiction novel that reads more like an adventure story than a history book.

Most people understand that Oswald could not have acted alone, however, very few people have any idea who else might have been involved. Don't you think that's odd? Why don't the other individuals who were involved share the same villainous reputation
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Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published (first published September 27th 2009)
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T.K. Lukas
Apr 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I read a lot of Historical Fiction (and write some, too), and The Scrapbook Lecture is far and away one of the best in the genre. When an author can pull me into the narrative, make me care about the characters, deliver historically accurate facts, and cause me look at the subject in a new and different light, then I become a huge fan.

In his clever twist on the "whodunnit" of our lifetime, Haley takes a keen look at the story of the JFK assassination. Yes, we all THINK we know who pulled the tri
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GVR WatchDog
Sep 25, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I thought everyone pretty much knew everything there was to know about John F. Kennedy, but The Scrapbook Lecture opens up an entirely unexplored subject. The angle Haley takes is common enough in any murder investigation in modern society… even shows like CSI make it painfully obvious that a list of suspects is paramount. But until The Scrapbook Lecture, such a list did not really exist for the most famous murder in American history, or has been kept from us. (Can YOU name anyone who might have ...more
GVR WatchDog
Sep 25, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: jfk
I thought everyone pretty much knew everything there was to know about John F. Kennedy, but The Scrapbook Lecture opens up an entirely unexplored subject. The angle Haley takes is common enough in any murder investigation in modern society… even shows like CSI make it painfully obvious that a list of suspects is paramount. But until The Scrapbook Lecture, such a list did not really exist for the most famous murder in American history, or has been kept from us. (Can YOU name anyone who might have ...more
Alicen
Nov 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
I really, really, REALLY enjoyed this book. I decided to read this book this week because living in Texas, you can’t turn on the TV right now without hearing about it being the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination.

The Scrapbook Lecture tells the story of a college professor looking back on the assassination in 2038. He theorizes who could have wanted JFK dead and why. It takes a look at why there are so many conspiracy theories out there and the reasons behind them. The history in the b
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