First of all, congratulation to Mr. King for his excellent novel "11/22/63" and for his all career as a writer as a matter of fact. I have been reading his jobs since the 80's and he has never disappointed me. I'm reading now "11/22/63" and I have been struck by what seems to be a mistake improper of Mr. King's accuracy. He spots the infamous Lee Harvey Oswals in Mercedes Street in Benbrook but according to the documents of the Warren Commission, he lived in Mercedes Avenue in Fort Worth at walking distance to where his mother worked (http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jf...24_CE_2189.pdf)
I would like to be wrong, but this is what the documents say...
Another slight mistake is about Xavier Cugat. He was not Cuban. He was a Spanish musician though he used to work in La Habana. In the other hand I find the novel amazing.
Regards from Spain.