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Pieces of the Puzzle: An Anthology

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Pieces of the Puzzle: An Anthology

Post by barto on Thu 19 Apr 2018, 7:00 am

After a two year book reading hiatus I have just finished reading Gayle Nix Jackson's book Pieces of the Puzzle: An Anthology. 

The book has 9 chapters, 5 by GNJ, one by Chris Scally (a detailed piece on the Nix film), one by Doug Campbell (Loren Hall etc.), James Wagenvoord (Time/Life) and Steve Roe (about the settings in Dallas at that time).

Overall a very good book with some interesting bits especially about Dallas at that time in the 60's. We are talking about Nazis, General Walker (quite a fair bit to read), Larrie Schmidt, Robert Surrey, Cubans in Dallas, Sylvia Odio, Walter J. Machann (whom she interviews), Loran Hall, William Seymour and gun running are about the subjects discussed.

Steve Roe should use his chapter as a start for a book of his own due to that there is plenty more to be dug out and reported.

Since I have been so focused on PM/2FLRE/interrogations of Oswald these past 3 or so years, so some of the subjects took more effort to get through as I was not as familiar with them as I have been 'busy' with the other stuff, but yeah cool book if you want to read about Dallas in the 60's.

My only negative is that the pix could look better but as with most digital printed books the quality tends to suffer.

I do recommend it. 

Our DPUK chat with Gayle can be seen here


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Post by Vinny on Sat 21 Apr 2018, 12:21 am

Seems to be quite an interesting book,Bart.


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