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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:352

November 22

A Novel

by Bryan Woolley

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Overview
Through a myriad of characters both real and invented (and some whose names have been changed) journalist and author Bryan Woolley presents one of the best dissections of Dallas life in 1963 in his novel November 22. Covering the twenty-four hours surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Woolley accurately captures the essence of the day’s atmosphere, resulting in a rich cross section of a city more complex and diverse than many observers have been willing to acknowledge. He describes in microcosm how the world changed in the twinkling of an eye and peers into the shifting lives of all people affected by this shattering event. Readers will be surprised at how relevant the book is to the Dallas—and America—of right now.
Description
Through a myriad of characters both real and invented (and some whose names have been changed) journalist and author Bryan Woolley presents one of the best dissections of Dallas life in 1963 in his novel November 22. Covering the twenty-four hours surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Woolley accurately captures the essence of the day’s atmosphere, resulting in a rich cross section of a city more complex and diverse than many observers have been willing to acknowledge. He describes in microcosm how the world changed in the twinkling of an eye and peers into the shifting lives of all people affected by this shattering event. Readers will be surprised at how relevant the book is to the Dallas—and America—of right now.
About the author
Bryan Woolley began his writing career on the staff of the El Paso Times when he was still a teenager. After earning degrees at the University of Texas at El Paso, Texas Christian University, and Harvard, he served as an Associated Press correspondent in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and then as city editor of the Anniston Star in Alabama. In 1969 he joined the Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky. In 1976 he moved to the Dallas Times Herald, and in 1989 to the Dallas Morning News, where he worked until his retirement in 2006. He lives in Dallas with his wife, the poet Isabel Nathaniel.

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