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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Invisible Investigation

#1 Best-selling novel in France The Kennedy assassination is considered to be THE crime of the 20th century - a modern-day myth. Do you believe the official version, or the conspiracy theories? Whatever your opinion might be, this suspense novel will captivate you, from its opening pages to its surprising conclusion. Just try to guess what happens! Summary: Joshua Mandley finds himself entrusted with the delicate mission of carrying out a new investigation into the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, using the most modern and innovative investigative techniques. Working with Mei Wang, an expert on the JFK affair, the investigators set off in search of the truth. But there appear to be people with unknown intentions who want to hinder their work . . . From the skyscrapers of New York to the rural landscapes near Dallas, the two investigators are thrown into a remarkable hunt for clues - and risk their own lives in the process. Will they succeed, 54 years after the fact, in solving this fascinating mystery that still haunts America? About the author: Lionel Touzellier is a French author who specializes in mystery novels and thrillers. Fascinated by the Kennedy assassination, he studied it for several years before writing the Invisible Investigation.

The Invisible Investigation (Historical Fiction)
By Lionel Touzellier
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN #978-1973362579
Price $19.50 (Paperback)
Price $0.99 (Kindle)
379 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

Joshua Mandley, a nanotechnologist is brought in to use high tech to study the material left over from the crime scene of the assassination of our 35th President. Assisting him is Professor Mei Wang, a psychologist and JFK expert, among other interests. No sooner than the two are thrown in together than an unknown team of special trained men infiltrate the secured building and steal Mandley’s research. There appears to be several groups following them, and they don’t know who they can trust. The Russian SVR and American CIA are certainly in the mix, as is the FBI. But is the a mysterious group behind the ploy to uncover their investigation, or to stop their investigation? Then they meet elderly millionaire, Roy Harrison, who was present at the assassination, and maybe knows who was behind the murder. Unfortunately, he is killed before he can reveal the truth, but has left a string of clues for Mei Wang to follow, and it’s a race against time to see which group gets to the answer first. So, who was behind the assassination? Read the book and find out.

I have read many books on the assassination, and the conspiracies behind the murder of JFK, but I think this is my favorite book on the subject so far. First, the main characters capture the readers, and pull them into the story. To be truthful, the roles switch and Joshua Mandley becomes Mei Wang’s assistant not long after the story begins, as his nanotechnology is secondary to Mei Wang’s knowledge of Lee Harvey Oswald and everything about the assassination. Plus, she’s no second banana when it comes to courage. She’s a 4th degree black belt in kung fu, and though diminutive in size, she’s pretty darn tough. I was fascinated with the characters, and would love to see them in a new adventure together. Highly recommended

Tom Johnson


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