Ted Gault does the unthinkable: he brutally murders his great love, Mary Kelly. He cannot comprehend his own reprehensible actions. His action takes away his soul, and must find redemption, though it is impossible. Yet, he finds a way to become the protectorate of the community. The Black Arrow Man shows no mercy—he becomes the arbiter of justice. final.
Max Sarb, the police chief in Stone Eagle, Wisconsin, find's Mary's killer, but it costs him his life. Marc Sarb succeeds him as Chief of Police, but twenty years later still has doubts about Mary Kelly's killer. His twin sons are hard at work unraveling an even bigger mystery. The boys are determined to uncover the truth about the murder of President John F. Kennedy. There is no fiction here. Bob Lamacki proves we have been lied to.
Marc would never suspect his friend Ted Gault, a pillar of Stone Eagle’s tightly knit community, could be behind Mary Kelly’s murder. Then again, no one would believe the shocking historical revelations his boys dig up about Kennedy’s death. As Ted struggled to find a way to finally dam his river of guilt, Max’s dogged pursuit of justice closes in on him. In the meantime, the twins’ obsession with JFK’s death exposes the true nature of evil, past and future. The JFK murder report contained in the book, represents 40 plus years of study. There are no theories, but facts that prove Oswald innocent. He was a patsy.
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Bob Lamacki is a natural at writing, but the daily pressures of providing for his family delayed his books. He is now writing a sequel to Fading Lights, called Falling Lights. In 2013, his son took the reins of the family’s Barrington, Illinois, trophy shop, and Lamacki began writing his first novel, Fading Lights. Fading Lights, a love story set during World War II, was a resounding success, so Lamacki focused his creative energy on his other historical fascination: the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy Jr. For fifty years, Lamacki has read and researched JFK’s death, and he hopes his new novel, The Murder of JFK and Mary Kelly, will make readers realize that there is no question that the Warren Commission did everything it could to help in the cover up.
Lamacki and his wife Melinda have been married for nearly fifty years. They have two children and four grandchildren.
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Book Description Bob Lamacki, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0692440062
Book Description Bob Lamacki, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 228 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.52 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0692440062
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