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This audiobook reveals a new theory for the ultimate crime of the last century. The Love Triangle Theory implicates Aristotle Onassis and Jacqueline Kennedy in the assassination of JFK. They are connected romantically before the assassination. Ms. Jones proves that they had the motives and means to commit the perfect crime of all time. Jackie desperately needed cash and Ari desperately needed class. They fell in love with each other and the rest is history.

Jackie Ari & Jack: The Tragic Love Triangle is insightful and opens up an area that few have considered. The facts presented are totally startling and entirely too explosive to be fiction. This was a classic love triangle and when one party is eliminated common sense tells us that we must look very carefully at the two remaining parties.

©2000 Janice Jonassen (P)2000 Janice Jonassen

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a classic patchwork quilt theory

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

the writer claims to know the the inner motivations of others/ she claims to KNOW

What could January Jones have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

this is only her opinion based on few facts to back it up

How could the performance have been better?

writer was likely jealous of their fame

What character would you cut from Jackie Ari & Jack?

the author

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ridiculous