Was it a conspiracy? You bet it was. Hatched by the New Orleans Mafia and executed by their Corsican hitmen. And, by the way, including the very real compliance of Lyndon Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover, as well as the confusing entanglement of the hopeless patsy (Oswald) and the hapless accessory (Ruby).
John F. Kennedy is killed by a man named Lucien Sartee. And Jake’s pursuit of Sartee and his cohorts halfway around the world, will help turn The Crime of the Century into The Secret of it. This story, meticulously researched, flows out like a symphony with mind-boggling twists and unexpected connections that will floor the reader. And now that it has been written, it lies panting, sweating, popping the surly bonds of its earthly casing in a delicious mixture of historical fiction, fantasy and intrigue. Interest should be high with the impending 50th anniversary of this monumental event. Enjoy.