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    read Snapshot PDF (Snapshot) In essence SNAPSHOT is far than a crime novel or cold case mystery Yes the story is centered around an investigat

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    read Snapshot PDF (Snapshot) Snapshot by Lis Wiehl is the second book I've read by this author FBI agent James Waldren is determined to make right his past failings He is thrown into action once the date of execution for an innocent man accused of killing a civil rights activist in 1965 closes in He enlists the help of his daughter federal prosecutor Lisa Waldren They've been estranged for some years so she's less than enthusiastic about h

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    read Snapshot read & download Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB Ý Lis Wiehl Lis Wiehl Ý 3 characters I am torn by this book It is both a run of the mill middle of the road mystery and a fairly interesting story Every time I think about the book I can’t tell if I thought it was just ok or really liked it because it hit me in two completely different waysThe first way is in how the book is presented As a mystery novel there isn’t much tha

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    read & download Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB Ý Lis Wiehl PDF (Snapshot) Lis Wiehl Ý 3 characters Based loosely on author Lis Wiehl's FBI father and attending a civil rights march in 1965 she writes the story of an estranged father trying to save an innocent man scheduled for execution of a civil rights leader He reaches out for help from his daughter a successful federal prosecutor Together this formidable pair seeks

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    read & download Ì eBook or Kindle ePUB Ý Lis Wiehl PDF (Snapshot) Lis Wiehl Ý 3 characters PROS Great historical backdrop; personal elements add good depth; fascinating story; nice restraint on the JFK parts; good presentations of civil rights issuesCONS Needed environment development; some convenient situations; easy to figure out parts of the mysteryFor almost 50 years Leonard Dubois set on Texas’ death row Although he was convicted of killing civil rights leader Benjamin Gray few believed he was

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    PDF (Snapshot) A special thank you to Thomas Nelson FICTION and NetGalley for a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest reviewWOW If

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    PDF (Snapshot) Snapshot is utterly fascinating from beginning to end made all the so by the knowledge that the book was inspired by real events and an actual photograph of Lis Wiehl I greatly enjoyed the twists and turns present in the plot as murder and conspiracy collide Wiehl does an excellent job at unveiling the plot through Lisa's efforts to help her father and the redemption of their relationship is eually as fascinating as the suspensef

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    PDF (Snapshot) Snapshot is a fantastic novel combining mystery with history the Civil Rights Movement to be exact It was very realistic easy to picture and unforgettable

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    PDF (Snapshot) I enjoyed this story It was interesting to see how everything will work back to the killer There was some interesting twist but I would classify this as a mystery than suspense

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    PDF (Snapshot) I received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher Thomas Nelson Fiction via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewWhat's the book about Two little girls frozen in black and white One picture worth killing forFederal prosecutor Lisa Waldren’s estranged father wants her to investigate a cold case from his FBI days Lisa nearly refuses even though a wrongly convicted man faces execution for murder Then h

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read Snapshot Snapshot review è eBook or Kindle ePUB Lis Wiehl Ý 3 characters Was thereWhen a photograph surfaces showing a blond four year old Lisa playing with an African American girl at a civil rights march in Fort Worth Lisa is faced with a jarring revelation the girls may have been the only witnesses who observed the killer of civil rights leader Benjamin Gray and therefore the only ones who can exonerate the death row inmate falsely accused of the murderSoon Lisa finds herself i A special thank you to Thomas Nelson FICTION and NetGalley for a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest reviewWOW If I had to describe my favorite genre and the perfect book Lis Wiehl s SNAPSHOT would be it wrapped in one uniue package I loved everything about this profound and captivating novel A mix of a human interest story family drama historical mystery suspense and a thriller When reading the advanced reading copy of Lis A Deadly Business 61014 at the end of the novel a teaser for SNAPSHOT was included I knew this book was for me Immediately reuested it through NetGalley and was delighted to be approved When I started reading SNAPSHOT it was late in the evening on my e reader and was hooked immediately as so intriguing these two little girls one black and one white a shooting a suicide a civil right march a FBI agent and his daughter Bummer had to travel for a six hour drive the next morning this would not work could not wait to see what would happen nextSo did what we obsessed readers do purchased the audiobook It was perfect as was able to finish it the next day while driving it made my day when I was stuck in traffic for three hours Amazing read intense Then back to the e book to bookmark all the wonderful references and dive into the tidbits at the end SNAPSHOT is like getting an inside look into the scandals of our leaders secrets lies power and deceit a powerful history and best of all the personal twist as you get a glimpse into the author s life her family relationship and the inspiration for the book which is special and uniue Thank you Lis for sharing this remarkable story A story that had to be told I hope you meet this girlwoman in real life one day by writing this moving novel as agree it is bigger than we know One of the main attractions of SNAPSHOT was the parallels between the story and the author s life How incredible is thisEveryone loves a good mystery and especially combined with historical events and intrigues wrapped around our nation s past Mixed in the family dynamics and relationship between former FBI agent James and federal prosecutor Lisa At the heart of the novel these two little girls and their connection to the real truth Some powerful fathers with strong daughters here as well From flashbacks to 1965 in Fort Worth Texas where a FBI agent had spent countless hours and overtime investigating the JFK assignation and was assigned to the killer the deceased Lee Harvey Oswald his activities friends and his Russian wife Marina Oswald however this day he was trying to blend in Just another bystander a normal guy who has his daughter with him to witness a historical event A white dad who happened to have a revolver and FBI credentials A special agent with the FBI was never off duty and his wife would be furious if she knew he had brought his four year old here Things he would keep secret for decades to protect this family In the blink of an eye a photo was taken and at the same time a shot was fired and a man a civil rights activist was killed However the wrong man was charged and has been in prison for than five decades now he is nearing execution The wrongful charged man sends this retired FBI agent a message to ask for help before he is executed The events which happen next takes us from present day back to Texas in 1965 and to New York in 1971 to Washington DC when a series of secrets and lies are uncovered layer by layer as one man and his daughter work together to solve a mystery which changed the course of history with a photo of two little girls which may hold clues to secrets of the pastHaving lived through the sixties personally was in the sixth grade when President Kennedy was shot seems like yesterday From the racial tensions Martin Luther King Jr Robert Kennedy The Vietnam War nuclear water threats and the hippie generation some tough times As Lis mentions in her book we live a different life today in America yet 1965 was not so long ago and is should not be forgotten We have not eradicated hatred over skin color over birthplace or over differences in beliefs race and culture Some Americans will never know such prejudice while other Americans live it on a constant basis even today Richard L Wiehl served as an FBI agent Federal Prosecutor and Lawyers from 1960 2003 He is also the father to Lis Wiehl the author His word became part of the famous Warren Commission that reported to the President and the world what happened that tragic November day in 1963 after the assassination of President John F KennedyReaders will love the interview at the end of SNAPSHOT also an Essay from Juan Williams former NPR News Consultant and Author of Eyes on the Prize American s Civil Rights Years 1954 1965 and an Interview with Bill O Riley Television Host regarding his own experiences reporting during the American Civil Rights MovementThis was the age in which two little girls one black and one white sat together with all the promise of friendship Highly recommend this entertaining and highly moving complex novel and look forward to reading from this talented author Judith D Collins Must Read Books TOP 30 BEST BOOKS OF 2014

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read Snapshot Snapshot review è eBook or Kindle ePUB Lis Wiehl Ý 3 characters N the dangerous world her father had shielded her from as a child After some searching the Waldrens find the other little girl from the photo and in the process uncover conspiracy mere steps away from the likes of Bobby Kennedy Lyndon Johnson and J Edgar HooverBased on real events and a photograph snapped by author Lis Wiehl’s own G man father Snapshot is a remarkably original marriage of mystery and histor I enjoyed this story It was interesting to see how everything will work back to the killer There was some interesting twist but I would classify this as a mystery than suspense

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read Snapshot Snapshot review è eBook or Kindle ePUB Lis Wiehl Ý 3 characters Two little girls frozen in black and white One picture worth killing forThe Civil Rights Movement is less than a distant memory to Lisa Waldren it is someone else’s memory altogether passed on to her through the pages of history Her life as a federal prosecutor in Boston feels utterly remote from the marches in the South that changed her father’s generation and the entire nation forever But the truth is she I am torn by this book It is both a run of the mill middle of the road mystery and a fairly interesting story Every time I think about the book I can t tell if I thought it was just ok or really liked it because it hit me in two completely different waysThe first way is in how the book is presented As a mystery novel there isn t much that got me going The mystery is not overly complicated although the book piles on the intrigue to make it seem intricate and it strings along the information given to the reader Other than the Molly character who might be my favorite character in the whole book there is not much to recommend everyone Most of the characters are on the bland side and fairly one dimensional The villain of the book is a little fun to follow and is evil enough to make him fun but how his story worked out was really pretty underwhelming Coupled with that is a rather slow pacing that is really stop and start and does not build or ever feel like it is rushing forward To be fair I have a preference for series where the characters are built up and a few books in they all feel like they have a real history but even as a standalone mystery this feels just bland Not bad mind you it just doesn t get my blood goingWhat brings this book up from being completely forgettable and plain is the history in it Although not full of flashbacks beyond the first chapter when the book was set up Wiehl does a great job of looking at the history of the time Feeding in details from the past and all the events surrounding the picture of the two little girls is really fun to watch And knowing this book grew out of a real picture taken during the height of segregation with a little white girl and a little black girl sitting together a picture where the author herself is one of the little girls really adds to how connected this book is Because of this and the intense research that clearly went into it the book feels so grounded as to elevate the mystery to the next levelhttphomeofreadingcomsnap shot

  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Snapshot
  • Lis Wiehl
  • English
  • 24 December 2019
  • 9781401689520