Can you imagine being a top, young scientist headed for academic excellence and then having your entire world turned upside down by people who don’t know or care about you? I love true stories about brave people and Judyth Vary Baker’s Me and Lee is one of the best such books I’ve read. Her intimate story of how she became involved with Lee Harvey Oswald is chilling. I’ve read nearly every JFK assassination book published, but this one is different. Judyth takes readers through her dramatic life journey, starting when she was a young academic woman on the rise and was pulled into important scientific projects by government agents. Very quickly she was used by shrewd men and women for their gain in the strangest of conditions. But then she met a handsome, kind man who she quickly fell in love wit, and had to watch as he was destroyed by a system that shows no love of humanity. Me and Lee is both a love story, and an intriguing spy novel. I challenge any JFK assassination conspiracy skeptic to read Judyth Vary Baker’s book and then tell me that Lee Harvey Oswald was a heartless robot who killed the president. Great reading. Every page kept me spellbound. If you plan on seeing the newest movie coming out on JFK, I hear it is far from true. Better to buy this book and learn the true story. Why is this book so believable? Judyth includes pages of documentation. She is a brilliant researcher and knows what is needed to support her facts.