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by Jack O'Halloran

eBook Family Legacy epub
  • ISBN: 1849821062
  • Author: Jack O'Halloran
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: MP Publishing Ltd (November 29, 2011)
  • Pages: 480 pages
  • ePUB size: 1862 kb
  • FB2 size 1784 kb
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Although "Family Legacy" is his first book, Jack O'Halloran has achieved a career in other fields that can hardly be paralleled.

Although "Family Legacy" is his first book, Jack O'Halloran has achieved a career in other fields that can hardly be paralleled. He played professional football for the New York Jets and the Philadelphia Eagles.

In the ring, he notched seventeen knockouts over the span of a winning career.

Jack Pagano has always felt he is different  . Jack O'Halloran is a famed heavyweight boxer and actor. In the ring, he notched seventeen knockouts over the span of a winning career. He later turned to acting, notably appearing in Superman, Superman II, King Kong, and the 1976 adaptation of Raymond Chandler's Farewell, My Lovely. He currently lives in Los Angeles, where he remains active in the film industry and is hard at work on his second no Jack O'Halloran is a famed heavyweight boxer and actor.

Jack O'Halloran (April 08, 1943) is an American former boxer and actor In 2010, O'Halloran released Family Legacy.

Jack O'Halloran (April 08, 1943) is an American former boxer and actor Contents. In 2010, O'Halloran released Family Legacy. The book also outlines O'Halloran's supposed relationship with his claimed father, a former boss of the Gambino crime family, Albert Anastasia. The book has since been proven to be complete fantasy fabricated by O'Halloran hoping to break into the conspiracy market. Farewell, My Lovely (1975) - Moose Malloy.

Family Legacy, Redondo Beach, California. a message from Jack O'Halloran!

Family Legacy, Redondo Beach, California. Political conspiracy fueled by the Mafia. a message from Jack O'Halloran! 7. See All. Posts. October 22 at 10:23 PM ·. We keep getting closer and closer to the screen. June 9 ·. We are working very hard to bring this to the screen.

Jack Pagano has always felt he is different

Jack Pagano has always felt he is different  .

Jack O'Halloran: Family Legacy. Actor, Boxer, author. At the same time, another father is grooming his son to further his plans: Joseph Kennedy, the patriarch of what will become American's ruling dynasty, has set his sights on the White House―and with the help of some old friends in Chicago, his son, also Jack, will rise to power.

Jack Pagano has always felt he is different. Smart and physically talented, the normal pursuits of youth―women and sports―have always come a little too easy to him and left him unfulfilled. At age seventeen, Jack is eager to leave high school and begin his college career. But the schooling that lies ahead of him is of a far different variety than he could have ever imagined. Albert Anastasia, the notorious leader of Murder, Inc., appears and claims Pagano as his son. But before Jack can make heads or tails of his new-found father, Anastasia is gunned down at the Park Sheraton Hotel.

Under the tutelage of his late father's associates, Meyer Lansky and Frank Costello, Jack enters a world where crime and politics, money and murder, and the American way of life are all but a hand's breadth apart and inextricably linked.

At the same time, another father is grooming his son to further his plans: Joseph Kennedy, the patriarch of what will become American's ruling dynasty, has set his sights on the White House―and with the help of some old friends in Chicago, his son, also Jack, will rise to power.

Comments: (7)
Kanrad
True Bliss for anyone brought up in NYC or knows or remembers the late 20-mid 30 years...of the "New York Daily News" "The Mirror" and the "New York Journal American"...newspapers although the "respectable" New York Times also reported on local crime...the cast of characters are all here and long since dead [one way or another] can now be safely written about...and we a talking about BIG men of the early mob...a time when the Italian mobs would not deal in drugs for moral reasons...the Cubans and the Bay of Pigs, Kennedys, Johnson and the assassination are here for new ideas for the conspiracy people,.A TERRIFIC READ on the birth of the mob and its relations with powerful politicians
I would say it is 70% true with its,facts only because I am 90 and still remember the era.
Oso
If I had read "Family Legacy" in 1963 I would have dismissed his work as pure fantasy. Back then I had watched the funeral procession of JFK move down Constitution Avenue with a pure, innocent and grieving heart. I accepted the findings of the Warren Commission. I could not imagine back then that our government would lie to us, and then would conspire to cover up those lies. Nor was it conceivable to me that evil forces would be freely lurking within our government that were actually allied in common purpose with criminals, drug traffickers and murderers. It took many years before the unfolding facts by independent investigators revealed a strange and puzzling mosaic for me. Yes, there was a conspiracy that succeeded in murdering JFK. Yes, the members of this conspiracy managed to cover it up. But who were they, and how did they do it?

O'Halloran masterfully dares to arrange the pieces to this complex puzzle in an understandable way that is essentially congruent with the known facts and independently researched information regarding the Kennedy assassination. Although he never met his father, Jack O'Halloran reveals in "Family Legacy" that he is the son of Albert Anastasia, best known as the head of Murder, Inc., an organization that enforced the grim decisions of the ruling council of the mafia. In his novel, Jack O'Halloran describes political conspiracies involving the United States and the mafia that were born long ago in Nazi occupied Sicily during WWII. Although Jack states that his book is a fictionalized version of his early life, his chilling stories have an eerie ring of truth. O'Halloran has obviously carefully researched the historic background and nature of what he based his narrative upon. Prepare to enter the evil labyrinth of the black hand, and to witness the conversations of players of dreadful games of illicit power and ruthless intrigue. Jack tells how the government was a partner with the crime families of Costello, Marcello, Lansky, and all the rest in a quest to murder Fidel Castro. But rogue elements of the CIA and their criminal cohorts went out of control and the result was a grievous catastrophe.

The first step in understanding how it was possible to successfully execute a coup d'état in the United States of America in 1963, one must grasp that what took place was not an external conspiracy but rather "an internal adjustment within the subterranean world of American politics." (These are the words of Peter Dale Scott, an esteemed scholar and professor at the University of California at Berkeley.) Scott pointed out in his book "Deep Politics and the Death of JFK" that it was possible in 1963 for an individual to be a CIA operative and also involved with the mafia; or be an FBI informant and also an arms smuggler and/or a drug trafficker; or be a member of Murder, Inc. and also working with the highest levels of the U.S. government. For that reason, parapolitics emerged, a plausible denial system in which accountability is systematically reduced. A governmental system of plausible denial still flourishes today.

We may never know who was responsible for all that happened in Dallas on November 22, 1963. But every year we come closer to knowing how it happened. This query we can and must solve. Jack O'Halloran speculates new and disturbing answers to these related questions that were proposed by Peter Dale Scott: "What were the structural defects in governance and society that allowed this huge crime to be so badly investigated (or, in other terms, to go unpunished)? In simpler words, how could American institutions harbor and protect such evil?"

Although "Family Legacy" is his first book, Jack O'Halloran has achieved a career in other fields that can hardly be paralleled. As a professional boxer, Jack fought competitively with the likes of George Foreman and Kenny Norton. He played professional football for the New York Jets and the Philadelphia Eagles. Then Jack went on to have a remarkable career in movies. In 25 films he shared acting credits with Robert Mitchum, Marlon Brando, Chuck Norris, and Christopher Reeve to name a few. In Superman II Jack was acclaimed for his menacing role of Non, the giant tough guy from another planet who took on Superman. Jack is now a successful businessman, a prime force in creating Long Beach Studios, a massive motion picture studio complex in California. We are fortunate that he has elected to add to his role of a budding renaissance man by becoming an author. Jack O'Halloran's exciting work of fiction rings more true than many fabricated works that posture as history, such as O'Reilly's "Killing Kennedy." I look forward to the rest of O'Halloran's "Family Legacy" trilogy.
LARRY MULLINS
Mavivasa
O'Halloran is a terrific writer. This is so-called fiction, but is based on real life in the era of JFK and before.
IWantYou
Awesome book, enjoyed the reading!!
Dianaghma
There's nothing I didn't like about this book... really awesome all the way through!
Kieel
Jack O'Halloran is truly a man for all seasons. In this his first novel, Jack keenly orchestrates fact and fiction by intertwining the mafia, government, politics, business and American history, constantly following the money trail. The author's technique of character development through building strong interpersonal relationships produces believable characters that become as clear to you as your mother. Family Legacy is a great read, a great Christmas gift and a greatly anticipated movie!Family Legacy (Thriller Suspense)!!
virus
You should really check this out, anyone who loves a great story like The Godfather owe it to themselves to read this
This is an author who made my childhood fun as an actor. Now he's making my adult life fun too as an author. Jack is a super nice guy who may be one of the most multi-talented men alive today. He's done just about everything and has lived a full life, but you wouldn't know that when you speak to him because he is gracious and humble.
When you read this book you'll feel like you're on the inside of organized crime. It will make your heart rate thump and have you looking behind your back. It's a fun ride with more than a bit of truth, as all great "fiction" should be.
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