Reads like an Elmore Leonard novel, only with more emotion and more depth. I was spellbound, in genuine suspense, the writing is so damned good” – Adam Fifield, author of A Mighty Purpose.
When five former college friends come together for an innocent weekend reunion in Oxford, city of their youth, they are not expecting much. But out of their forgotten idealisms and mid-life frustrations comes an outrageous idea. Suggested in the first instance as a joke, it is a joke that none of them can forget.
At a second get-together in New York, the five take their courage in their hands and agree on the ‘unthinkable’ plan.
Driving their conspiracy is the conventional and mild-mannered American physician Dr. Michael Lowell, and The Kennedy Moment is also the story of his love for one of his co-conspirators, the girl from Karachi who had rejected him twenty years earlier because he was ‘just a little bit too dull.’
Set in Oxford, New York, Washington and a remote location in West Africa, The Kennedy Moment is a different kind of thriller in which apparently ordinary people and global themes are brought together in a story of courage and suspense.
The Kennedy Moment, published by Myriad Editions
Also available as an audiobook from Audible.com, narrated by Adam Sims, Audiobook Narrator of the Year, 2017
An excerpt from audiobook of The Kennedy Moment
To see how a novel gets turned into an audiobook, check out this interview with narrator, Adam Sims