Conspiracy is a political thriller that will leave you breathless. Sypsis: Jake the lobbyist and Billy the congressman kw the game of power is rigged. They want to kw by whom. They can't trust the media, and can't trust the information Billy is fed as a congressman. And they certainly can't trust conspiracy theories, which they find hopelessly naive. So to crack the big puzzle, they recruit a team of freelance spies. A ten-thousand dollar a night DC hooker, a teenage hacker, and an ex-KGB surveillance expert help them spy on the world's leaders, who turn out to be puppets. They find the puppet masters and set out to learn their agenda. Jake and the hooker fall for each other. They joke that they are in a James Bond movie without M to answer to. But the joke fades as they learn that they themselves are puppets of the conspirators, who control nearly all the events of the world. What Readers are Saying: The best thriller of 2013! Drama, danger, romance, conspiracy theories... all in one book. Brilliant! A captivating conspiracy thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Conspiracy is a political thriller that feels so real... it's action, adventure, mystery, intrigue, drama, romance - all in one vel. Excerpt: Look, I'm sick of hearing about your FEMA camps. I don't believe it. No, really, you should see the videos. They've got barbed wire all around, thousands of coffins stacked up, cells with electronic card readers. But body's there. It's creepy. I didn't believe it either until I started looking around on the web. There are hundreds of them all over the country. Jesse Ventura's talking all about it. Yeah, yeah. I saw it. But didn't some guys debunk it on Prison Planet dot com? I think what's really happening is the chemtrails. It's all over the web. I mean, just go outside and look up. Some days there are dozens of them criss-crossing the sky. They last for a really long time. Normal contrails wouldn't do that. They say they're spraying us with barium or something, to reduce the population, or control the weather, some shit like that. If there's anything remarkable about this conversation, it is how commonplace it is. Once considered an inconsequential fringe group, conspiracy theorists are w a demographic to be reckoned with. The World Trade Center towers were brought down by controlled demolition. The government is covering up UFO's. Illuminati are running the Federal Reserve. You hear it in shopping malls. You hear it in the stands at little league games. You even hear it in a DC bar where a banking industry lobbyist is having drinks with a new congressman from California. Did you hear this one? asked Jake the lobbyist. Kennedy was killed because he was about to blow the whistle on the aliens. Yeah, whoever came up with that was probably dumbed-down by chemtrails, said Billy the congressman. Yeah, I have a hard time with the chemtrail idea. I mean, wouldn't they rain down on the Illuminati along with the rest of us? So you don't think there's such a thing as Illuminati? What about the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderburg group, Skull and Bones, the Bohemian Grove, all of those? Well if they're so smart they've been running things for hundreds of years, do you think you'd ever kw about them? Do you think 9/11 was an inside job? Jake asked. It wouldn't surprise me, but it wouldn't surprise me if it wasn't either. What I am pretty sure of is, the information we get, even in congress, is so controlled that it's just a waste of time to try to figure out what's going on by reading it. And the general public doesn't have a chance in hell of ever getting to the bottom of anything. All those conspiracy theory websites are just as full of shit as the main stream media.