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Author and researcher Rick Lertzman and New York Times bestselling author Bill Birnes reveal heretofore unpublished material about the mysterious Dr. Feelgood. Through well-researched prose and interviews with celebrities including George Clooney, Jerry Lewis, Yogi Berra, and Sid Caesar, the authors reveal Jacobson’s vast influence on events such as the assassination of JFK, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Kennedy-Khrushchev Vienna Summit, the murder of Marilyn Monroe, the filming of the C. B. DeMille classic The Ten Commandments, and the work of many of the great artists of that era. Jacobson destroyed the lives of several famous patients in the entertainment industry and accidentally killed his own wife, Nina, with an overdose of his formula.
Posted May 1, 2013
I have had the pleasure of reading the Advanced Reading Copy(ARC) , this book is simply AMAZING!!!! I felt transported back in time to when Max was a little boy, thru the years under the wrath of Hitler, to his struggle of wanting to belong with the BEAUTIFUL people. If he wasn't such an evil vile man, you would almost feel sorry for him. The attention to detail, of the facts, based on actual interviews is astouding. The pictures alone are enthralling and leave you kinda speehless. It makes you really wonder how our country was influenced by this man injecting JFK with mind altering drugs. Each and every detail has been researched and carefully researched again and again. Rick and Bill have truely made us rethink history!!! GREAT JOB
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This story will blow your mind. Think about the most powerful and influencial people in the world getting shot up by a doctor with mind altering drugs. It's a trip! I couldn't put the book down.
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Posted March 2, 2014
This book is nothing more than a conspiracy theorist's yarn. While Dr. Jacobson probably did treat those folks mentioned in this story I find it difficult to believe that JFK's treatments had anything to do with the Cuban missile crisis or the Cold War in general. The author attempts to connect puzzle pieces that just don't fit. Furthermore, the author discredits himself by making these inane conjectures and suppositions. If you're looking for a book with some historical value, this is not the book. I wish I could get my money back.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.