Adrienne LaCava has spent six years researching the JFK mystery and a lifetime watching it develop. A contemporary history hobbyist, she grew intrigued by the impact on the national psyche of never knowing, of being prevented from making peace with the awful way America lost her innocence.
Growing up in central Texas during the sixties, Adrienne aspired to writing novels since her days with Nancy Drew. Journalism was a business minor at UNT and she went on to pen corporate PR and training pieces in healthcare and banking careers.
Ten years ago she began to study fiction at night through SMU. Dallas Texas is home, with a husband who keeps her laughing, and two highly amusing rescued mutts. At the center of life are regular visits from the children and her grandson, and while she’s always writing or reading, she’ll jet away on adventure at the drop of a hat.