2007: #83 – The Legacy (Stephen Frey)

Book #83 was The Legacy by Stephen Frey. The back of the book reads:

A hard-working financier on Wall Street is informed that his estranged father has died and left him the key to a safety-deposit box. What he finds inside is a videotape of the JFK assassination–filmed from the other side of Dealey Plaza. Before he can get over the initial shock of his discovery, the financier finds his life is in danger from a conspiracy dating back over thirty years…and a secret that was never meant to be told.

This was just alright. There’s double-crossing, fake double-crossing, and double-double-crossing. The action seems written more for a movie screen. And Cole makes a couple of deductive leaps that don’t really make sense. It was good to pass the time with, but not for much more.

Page count: 373 | Word count: 98,232

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