11/22/63: A Novel - Part 6, Chapters 29-30 Summary & Analysis

King, Stephen
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In Chapter 29, Jake was taken to the police station and questioned. Many citizens credited him with saving the president but FBI Agent James Hosty did not seem to be sure. Jake was able to gain some leverage with Hosty because he knew that Hosty was supposed to be in charge of keeping an eye on Oswald. Hosty had known Oswald was working in a place that overlooked where the president’s motorcade would be passing but did not appear to be concerned by this coincidence. Al had also included in his notes a copy of a note that Oswald had given to Hosty. Jake said he had been an acquaintance of Oswald's and had suspected from hearing him talk that he might be thinking about killing the president.

Jake’s interview with Hosty was interrupted when Kennedy called to thank him for...

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