The Lacey Confession by Richard Greener
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Finding people who don't want to be found is a young man's game. But when a beautiful celebrity begs semi-retired Walter Sherman to locate her nephew, he can't refuse. In his search for Harry Levine, Walter soon discovers that others are desperate to find him and willing to kill for what he has: the written confession by the mastermind behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Among those clamoring for the confession are the Kennedy family, renegade Russians seeking the Czar's gold, and a powerful man with connections to the CIA. Finding Harry is one thing, but hiding him from professional killers pushes Walter's aging skills to the limit. It's a wild chase across Europe, Mexico, and the Caribbean in Richard Greener's heart-stopping thriller that offers an unexpected twist on existing JFK conspiracy theories.

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Richard Greener (Atlanta) is a former broadcast industry executive, an award-winning essayist, and recipient of the coveted CEBA Award for excellence in business. Born and raised in New York City, the author resides in Atlanta with his wife of thirty-eight years, Maria. Greener came to writing while suffering from a life-threatening heart condition. He is currently recovering from a heart transplant.
Published December 1, 2010 by MIDNIGHT INK. 456 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There are quite a few people, however, who’d like to get their hands on Lacey’s papers before the yearning masses get a look, and when low-level Foreign Service bureaucrat Harry Levine goes missing with the diary in hand, his aunt, the lovely but treacherous pop-star Conchita Crystal, calls retir...

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