The Legacy

The Legacy A hard working financier on Wall Street is informed that his estranged father has died and left him the key to a safe deposit box What he finds inside is a videotape of the JFK assassination filmed fr

  • Title: The Legacy
  • Author: Stephen W. Frey
  • ISBN: 9780451190154
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • A hard working financier on Wall Street is informed that his estranged father has died and left him the key to a safe 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 in danger from a conspiracy dating back over thiA hard working financier on Wall Street is informed that his estranged father has died and left him the key to a safe 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 in danger from a conspiracy dating back over thirty yearsd a secret that was never meant to be told.

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    • Sari says:

      A bit hard to get into at first, as I was irritated by something about the author's style. Once I got further into the story, the premise was engaging enough to finish the book.

    • Helen says:

      This is the revelation of the conspiracy that murdered J.F. Kennedy. What is it about Kennedy that makes everyone want to write about the "real" conspiracy, the unrevealed conspiracy, the covered up conspiracy, the lack of a conspiracy involved in his death? In this version it was the mafia and the scum bags among the politicians who brought it about so that they could control what was happening and thereby line their own pockets. The sequence of political effects is confusing because what the a [...]

    • Annette says:

      I read this book many years ago and remembered that is was a really good novel that kept me at the edge of my seat. A real "page-turner." So I decided to read it again. And I wasn't disappointed!Our hero Cole Egan is a self-made man having been raised by his aunt and uncle after his mother died when he was 1 yr. old. His father left him with relatives and only drops into his life every other once-in-a-while. Cole finds out that his father has died and left him with a safe-deposit key. In that sa [...]

    • Gerald Kinro says:

      Cole Egan is sinking securities trader in New York—losing money and deeply in debt. Then he inherits a videotape from his estranged father. This videotape is one of the President Kennedy assassination taken from a different angle than what is familiar. It clearly shows that there was a second gunman. While there is money to be made, there is danger, for there are those who want the tape for their own financial reasons and those who wish to keep it suppressed. The drama involves the highest lev [...]

    • Richard says:

      Yet another 5-star thrilling novel from Stephen Frey. A good plot, involving a tape of the Kennedy assassination but from the opposite direction of the famous Zabruder cine film. This is not another Kennedy assassination conspiracy story although the events of the assassination seen in the tape form the backbone of the rest of the book. It is a thrilling tale of murder, espionage, undercover agents, political subterfuge, double-dealing and a whole load of twists and turns. My only negative is th [...]

    • Rosa says:

      This plot has holes the size of the Grand Canyon. It made little sense. The premise was good but the bombshell tape became a mere footnote at the end. What happened after it was aired? Jim took the tape from Andrea/Mary BEFORE he joined DIA? Why? Who slowly poisoned her over weeks and months? Just so they could search her house??? And Tori was neer arrested or charged with anything? Her mom must truly have been influential. Was Cole really that naive? I saw through Bennett right away. He threw C [...]

    • Lee says:

      This book starts with Cole Egan getting notified at work that his father is dead and he needs to go to a safety deposit box to pick up his inheritance. When he goes to the box all it contains is a video tape when watching it he sees a video of another angle of the JFK assassination. This opens a can of worms as people are now trying to kill Egan to get the tape and the bodies start dropping. Okay read.

    • Fyreball13 says:

      I'm a sucker for historical fiction. This book is essentially about what would happen if an every day guy got ahold of the "other" angle of the Kennedy Assassination. In short, all hell breaks loose. I'd rank this among one of the better historical fiction books that I've read, Ludlum's stuff included. (Yes, I like Ludlum).

    • Matt says:

      I have oft wondered about the JFK conspiracies about what really happened if they happened at all. I would like to believe yes there was a second gunman on the grassy knawl and this is what Stephen Frey was capable of making it quite the possibility. A great journey and action packed, and one hell of a twist!! Two thumbs up!!

    • Jaypee says:

      This is the first Stephen Frey book that I have read. And judging from my initial reaction and response, I got hooked. Stephen Frey narration is precise with his dialogue never failing into a " wobbly mess".

    • Jaime says:

      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.

    • Buckeye_reader says:

      When I read the first few lines about what the book would be about, I almost stopped. But, I kept on and that did not play that big a part in the book - the fast pace and twist and turns kept it moving and enjoyable.

    • T.J. says:

      Fast paced, awesome thrilling read. I liked the conspiracy theory technique used in the story. I enjoyed the twists and turns. It's been a few years since I read it, but this was the book that made me a Stephen Frey fan. It was well told and had a great plot hook. What if?

    • Lindsay Wolsey says:

      So, I've read a lot on the Kennedy assassination, and a fair amount of conspiracy books. And I've seen every episode of the X-files. I thought this book had a good premise, but that it was executed a little predictably.

    • Laurie D'ghent says:

      I was pretty excited with this book initially (mainly because I'd just gone through two duds right before), but, in the end, I hated all of the characters and I was actually hoping that they would all die. All. Of. Them.Swearing and near-sex

    • Greg says:

      started slow but picked up and great ending

    • Shirley says:

      It was hard to put down, lots of twists

    • Christa (haines) Sheridan says:

      Not one of the better storylines. Using the Kennedy assassination feels clichéd. It is sometimes frustrating to read because you know you can't trust anybody.

    • Terri Mandel says:

      My first book by this author. I loved it. I could not put it down. I have been scouring the used book stores ever since and have found 2 more - the Day Trader and The Chairman.

    • Ronald Howell says:

      Pretty good conspiracy theory story. You have to stick with it.

    • Marge says:

      Son inherits a tape showing another shooter on the grassy knoll in Dallas--lots of twists and turns in this story.

    • Marie Martin says:

      Good yarn - very twisty turny!

    • Jan says:

      A well written page-turner about the JFK asassination theory with well-defined characters that you can finish in a day.

    • Katie says:

      Cole Egan receives a strange package with his absent father's obituary in it and a key. This escalates to involve the mafia, the President, and Kennedy's assassination.

    • Sheila says:

      Pretty good beginning but disappointing ending

    • Ricardo says:

      A big pot full of just about everything the author could throw in. It's entertaining but Frey's plot bites much more than what his writing can chew

    • Ed says:

      Financial thriller - Cole Egan, Wall Street trader, receives a legacy from his father - a 35 year old tape of the JFK assassination.

    • Joshua Taylor says:

      An entertaining, quick read but fairly forgettable. Characters are thinly drawing and several of the "big twists" are rather heavy-handedly hinted at throughout the book.

    • CHi says:

      It's an airport book. Pretty fluffy but well-paced.

    • Christine F says:

      Author's writing/style/plot resembles a combination of Grisham and Ludlam.

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