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Double Man Paperback – February, 1986
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This is really a seemingly "insider" book - it sparked my interest in Congress and it's various members.
The book was written well but that only leads to the expectation that there will be some substance to the plot. The reader never finds out: 1. Who the double man is (if there is one). 2. What really happens to Elaine. 3. Who her father really is, etc. The protagonist (investigator) never finds out anything himself but is told everything by secret "deep-throat" types.
The ending is wrapped up in a few pages by someone who seems to be in a hurry to get back to the Senate floor for roll-call.
In exchange for learning about some inside workings of the senate, we are forced to except a far fetched plot that magically ties up the JFK asassination, drug smuggling, the Mafia, and secret KGB plots.
I got this paperback at a book sale and I don't think it was worth the 50 cents that it cost.
President Kennedy was killed. It also helps peole that are naive about the government to know that kind of stuff really went on.
Wood love a sequile.