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The Lacey Confession by Richard Greener
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Apr 21, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: books-on-tv, mysteries

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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