View from the Sixth Floor: An Osald Tale by Elizabeth Noreen Newton

Thanks to Jessica Wren for her insightful review of my book “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale”. Reviews are like gold to indie writer’s and I greatly appreciate her taking the time not only to read my book, but to share her thoughts with others.

The Minter Book Reviews

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Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance Thriller

  1. Grammar-1
  2. Punctuation-1/2
  3. Formatting-1/2
  4. Opening Chapter-1
  5. Plot Development-1/2
  6. Plot Pacing: 1
  7. Narration: 1
  8. Character Development-1.5
  9. Variety-1
  10. Ending-1/2

Total: 9.5 points (5 stars)

Rating: 16+ (non-graphic violence, mild sex scenes)

Since the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963, countless conspiracy theories have emerged. Many of them center around the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald was, at the very least, not the lone gunman. Looking into it myself, I have read that some even claim the fatal shot was fired accidentally by one of JFK’s own bodyguards. Regardless of what actually happened that fateful day, November 22, 1963, it doesn’t change the fact that America lost one of its most memorable presidents. It also doesn’t change the fact the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald remains one of American history’s most enigmatic figures. Elizabeth N. Newton, in her speculative historical fiction thriller View from the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale,

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