By People Staff
August 15, 2005 12:00 PM

By Pamela Spiro Wagner and Carolyn S. Spiro, M.D.

Pamela and Carolyn Spiro’s emotional paths diverged on Nov. 22,1963, when the sixth-graders heard that JFK had been shot. In this riveting memoir, Carolyn recalls that the news left her feeling “numb.” But identical twin Pamela writes that “the whisperers” in her head spoke to her for the first time that day, saying, “I killed him…I could have warned him not to go to Dallas….”