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Melanie is a leading voice in the conspiracy-theory movement, a true believer that crop circles, UFOs, and even El Niño are all part of the same vast plot against humankind. She dubs this her "Grand Unification Theory," or GUT. One week before announcing the GUT theory to the world, Melanie vanishes and Jack is plunged deep into her weird world as he attends the conference where Melanie was due to speak. Jack is initially amused by the eccentricities of the alien abductees and Satanic cult survivors Melanie counted among her colleagues; but an apparently supernatural force, a murder, a disappearing corpse, and a creature straight from the bowels of hell put his skepticism to the test.
Conspiracies is another tightly plotted thriller from F. Paul Wilson, tinged with enough horror and supernatural suspense to please both mystery lovers and horror hounds. Repairman Jack reigns as one of the most alluring and mysterious private investigators in the business. --Naomi Gesinger --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Also, the novel was too short, and too much time was wasted, I felt, in having characters getting whacked.
F. Paul Wilson's magnificently rendered Urban Mercenary Repairman Jack returns for another job in Conspiracies, his follow-up to The Tomb & Legacies.
These books are very difficult to genre-classify, containing elements of mystery, thriller, horror, sci-fi, and perhaps even fantasy.
I love all the Repairman Jack stories, and this one is no exception. I got re-hooked on them recently when I downloaded a collection of short stories by F. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Murray
Reading “Conspiracies” I wondered at certain things like why not a single 9/11 conspiracy reference at the SESOUP convention? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Max the Dog
As always you are at an edge with this Author. You can't wait to turn the page. You can't put the book down because you have to know what happens next. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kat
The entire sixteen books story beginning with The Keep, are outstanding. Jack is one of the best characters ever and he doesn't take crap from either the otherness or the ally.Published 7 months ago by Ralph Daby
. Good story but a little wordy. Jack was floundering with little direction. Not as good as the first two I read but still entertaining.Published 10 months ago by Ann L. Corrigan
I seriously wanted to love this book as I have really enjoyed reading the other Repairman Jack novels I've read thus far, and I did, but only to a point. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Christopher Patti
I continue to be amazed by the quality of work coming from F. Paul Wilson. While I still favour his quick reads like The Terry, Healer, Virgin, or Wheels Within Wheels most of the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Vangel Vesovski