Mrs Paine's Garage and the Murder of John F Kennedy review ê 103

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And betrayal and who refused to allow her connection to the calamity of that November destroy her life From these stories Thomas Mallon has fashioned an account of generosity and secrets tragic might have beens and eerie coincidences that unfolds with a gripping inevitabili. This 2002 non fiction book is really a long essaymagazine piece but very interesting as a focused history of one personfamily With so many JFK assassination books why another This is from the perspective of someone in the heart of the assassin's life Ruth Hyde Paine the uaker woman who wanted to know the Russian language so invited a new emigre named Marita Oswald to be her friend After Marita separates from her husband Lee she moves her children to Ruth's home Later Lee stores a package with his rifle there stored in 'Mrs Paine's garage The morning of November 22 the package that Paine didn't know was there is gone and the garage light the left on Ruth's journey shows what such fame and association with a terrible event is like This book also shows that no matter what good intentions events seem to lead us wherever they will and we can only respond accordingly Truly this book is an uniue read

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Mrs Paine's Garage and the Murder of John F KennedyExactly forty years have passed since Ruth Hyde Paine a uaker housewife in suburban Dallas offered shelter and assistance to a young man named Lee Harvey Oswald and his Russian wife Marina Mrs Paine's Garage is the tragic story of this well intentioned woman who found Oswal. Details the part Ruth Paine played in the assassination Marina Oswald and her children were living with Ruth on November 22 1963 and it is believed that the rifle Lee Harvey Oswald used to shoot the president was stored in Ruth's garage Also tells how the whole conspiracy epidemic has affected the Paines in years since

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Mrs Paine's Garage and the Murder of John F Kennedy review ê 103 Þ Exactly forty years have passed since Ruth Hyde Paine a uaker housewife in suburban Dallas offered shelter and assistance to a young man named Lee Harvey Oswald and his Russian wife Marina Mrs Paine's Garage is the tragic story of this well intentioneD the job that put him six floors above Dealey Plaza into which on November 22 1963 he fired a rifle he'd kept hidden inside Mrs Paine's house But this is also a tale of survival and resilience the story of a devout open hearted woman who weathered a whirlwind of suspicion. Interesting idea for a book I've been reading a lot about Oswald so every perspective adds to my knowledge Opinions and recollections also change in the years Worth reading