Showing posts with label Judyth Vary Baker. Show all posts
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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Lee Harvey Oswald’s lover visits Toronto Women’s Bookstore

I met Justin Crann in Toronto in October when I went to the Toronto Women’s Bookstore to help Trine Day's Kris Millegan and Judyth Vary Baker publicize her book, just out in paperback that week. Here is what Justin had to say:

Judyth Vary Baker, 68, made a rare North American appearance at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore (73 Harbord St.) to promote the paperback release of her memoir and celebrate what would have been her lover’s 72nd birthday.

Lee Harvey Oswald’s lover visits Toronto Women’s Bookstore

October 20th, 2011

Justin Crann/Gleaner News

Lee Harvey Oswald was a patriotic American, a government agent fiercely loyal to his President, and a patsy framed by the conspirators who really killed John F. Kennedy.

That’s the truth according to Judyth Vary Baker, author of Me and Lee, a 600-page memoir recounting her teenage years and brief romance with Oswald. Baker was at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore (73 Harbord St.) on Oct. 18 to promote the paperback release of her book and celebrate Oswald’s 72nd birthday.