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Mary's Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision for World Peace

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16 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

Book gave me a chill

If you've been any kind of JFK assassination researcher, this book will put a chill down your spine. I read it in one day, not being able to put it down. The writer is the son of a CIA agent, so he gives personal testimony of his father's (faked) reaction to the death o...
If you've been any kind of JFK assassination researcher, this book will put a chill down your spine. I read it in one day, not being able to put it down. The writer is the son of a CIA agent, so he gives personal testimony of his father's (faked) reaction to the death of Meyer.

I didn't realize the LSD and marijuana use of JFK and Mary Meyer, and Timothy Leary even plays a minor part in the book. It provides another piece of evidence in the tortuous labyrinth that is the JFK assassination.

The author also got to compare notes with other children of CIA agents as they pieced together what happened from their own childhood experiences at the time and what they have learned since.

One of the most chilling parts of the book is how the CIA set up the assassination of Mary Meyer exactly as a mini-model of the JFK assassination the year earlier.

This book is critical reading.

posted by PVF on April 4, 2012

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Horrible! I stopped reading!

The author likes to present a fact and interpret it as if there can be only one explanation for it. He also likes to imply .. well more than imply .. that previous investigators of this horrible murder had untimely deaths. Yet somehow, he is still alive and was able to ...
The author likes to present a fact and interpret it as if there can be only one explanation for it. He also likes to imply .. well more than imply .. that previous investigators of this horrible murder had untimely deaths. Yet somehow, he is still alive and was able to publish this book. I got very bored and was not impressed.

posted by Anonymous on June 18, 2012

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