My Book Review: Conspiracy: JFK's Second Shooter by Lucian

Conspiracy: JFK's Second Shooter by [Lucian]My Review and Thoughts:

I am a huge sucker for anything on JFK’s murder. Non-fiction to fictional I love it. I was contacted by the author for an honest review of his books. He has written three books all standalone yet linger on one main idea, “CONSPIRACY”. The books are numbered 1, 2 and 3, but as I have stated, each one can be read alone, because each book has its own plot. I started with book 2.

Conspiracy: JFK's Second Shooter is a tight suspenseful plot that takes historical realities and mixes them into a fictional setting that seems plausible. The book flows with an ease. The reader can understand everything taking place, and you start wondering what’s going to happen next as the book continues its spiraling mystery.

It has all the trademarks of a thriller. This would truly make a great film, or this book series would make a great inspiration or a TV show. I think one reason this book really works is there is a backdrop of real history. There is some great research and creation of some great characters. Lucian can spark the plot and move the reader wanting to know what the real outcome is. Lucian has the ability to go up there with such thriller writers as Ben Coes and David Baldacci, but still has his own ability of originality that stands out. He is very creative, and most assuredly has an imagination that does not let down or let go of you as you read.

Conspiracy buffs. Lovers of history mixed around a fictional setting. JFK Assassin followers. I feel will all take to this interesting thriller. The best way to describe Lucian is If Jim Marrs ever decided to write fiction for a living, it would be this reality.

I think Lucian deserves a fan base. Lucian has the ability to create a story that is memorable, mysterious, and well thought out and concluded. Great characters. Great plot. A great read.

Would I Return to it Again: I love this idea of a series of books related to a conspiracy idea as the subject into each story, yet each a standalone. So yes, I was thoroughly entertained.

Would I Recommend: Absolutely. Specifically, to those who love thriller books with an edge of reality to them yet mixed with all the wonderments of fiction.

Year Published: 2014

Book Length: 238 Pages

How I Read it: Kindle

Four Word: Thrilling. Makes you think.

My Rating: 3.5 out of 4