Target Lancer

Target Lancer

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Nathan Heller, 'P.I. to the Stars,' is aware of a conspiracy in the works. Heller had been involved with the Kennedys, the Mob, and the CIA in the early stages of a plan to assassinate Fidel Castro. Equipped with his knowledge, Heller realizes that he may be the one person who can prevent a high-profile political assassination. He knows all of the players; and he knows why assassins have targeted the man known to the Secret Service as 'Lancer'--John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Publisher: New York : Forge, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781429947060
1429947063
9780765321800
0765321807
Branch Call Number: M COLLINS MAX
Characteristics: 318 p. ; 25 cm

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george0819 Feb 06, 2013

I have to admit, I was unaware of the possibility of an attempt on JFK's life just prior to Dallas, but it appears there might have been. This book focuses on that attempt. The protagonist, one Nathan Heller, is apparently the subject of many novels by this author, who has an enviable writing record, including "Road to Perdition" and "Saving Private Ryan". Here, however, he has missed the target, by a wide margin. Mr. Heller, is at best cartoonish and as a member of a family with a long history of law enforcement, offensive and not in a good way ! Mr. Collins reliance on historical characters appears to be a crutch to avoid serious character development and if he were paid by the adjective, he'd be a billionaire on this novel, alone. His fetish with men's clothing is also disconcerting and his use of , ah, to represent Bobby Kennedy's Irish Boston accent is sophomoric !! Interesting story in the wrong hands.

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