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The Lacey Confession by Richard Greener
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Apr 28, 12

bookshelves: books-on-tv, mysteries
Read from April 21 to 27, 2012

The second book in the Locator series brings us back to St. John where Walter has turned his grief over losing Isobel into a constructive way to improve his life. In addition to improving his physical health and appearance he has retired and enjoys lazy days on his Caribbean island home. Then one day a famous, beautiful movie star visits him and asks him to find her nephew. Her nephew, Harry Levine, through a series of supposedly random events, becomes the temporary owner of a document that contains the confession of JFK's killer. WE learn through interconnected story lines that the JFK assassination was not a grand conspiracy, but revenge on a more personal level.

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