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Who doesn’t like a conspiracy theory, especially about a family like the Kennedy’s? It is quite a risk for an author to take on events still recent enough to be remembered.

Preston Walker was portrayed as a larger than life wealthy, but dying, old man. Some of the characters felt a bit too contrived to me and the book could have used another run through by a proofreader. However, the book was thoroughly engaging and kept me wondering what was next.

I would recommend this book, as long as you can read without picking apart things that probably couldn’t really happen. It was purely entertaining and a great weekend read.


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