When ex-CIA operative turned investigative reporter James Flynn discovers a shocking document covered up during the JFK assassination investigation, he unearths a deathbed confession from a government official. Compelled by his quest for the truth he launches down a path leading to the Holy Grail of investigative journalism: the mastermind of the JFK assassination conspiracy. But when his investigation unravels dark secrets, Flynn uncovers something far more sinister - a plot to assassinate the current President and start a nuclear world war. And only Flynn can stop it.
©2013 Jack Patterson (P)2014 Green E-Books, LLC
most first attempts are a little rough until the writer and the narrator get their groove going. this book however I cannot finish. the story is written so cookie cutter with such dramatic leaps of faith that I can't justify sitting in traffic and listening to the book anymore. as for the narration, I keep getting lost because it sounds as though the narrator is reading from a textbook. very little intonation the same voice for every character the same tone for every situation, it's just killing me. this book unfortunately has ruined the entire series for me
Yes, it was interesting, entertaining and a great read or listen :)
Don't want to give anything away.
All of Jack Patterson's book make me smile.
The plot,character development,and every aspect of this book was very poor. Although I'm always open to a good conspiracy theory, linking the JFK assassination to the subsequent story line was unbelievable and the plot itself was rather juvenile as if conceived and written by a grade schooler
I'm not sure anyone would enjoy this story. Very poorly written.
This book would have been more enjoyable to me if he'd thrown this in the trash and started over.
The performance was fine. There just wasn't much to work with.
No redeeming qualities.
I've read dozens of books about the JFK assassination, both fiction and non-fiction. This was by far the worst. The dialogue was unrealistic and sounded forced. The characters were poorly developed, if at all, and the story seemed to take one ridiculous turn after another.
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