Conspiracies by F. Paul Wilson
(Repairman Jack)

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Repairman Jack, F. Paul Wilson's vigilante hero from the New York Times bestseller The Tomb, returns in a thriller that thrusts him back into the weird, supernatural world that he thrives in.

Looking for clues to the mysterious disappearance of leading conspiracy theorist Melanie Ehler, Jack attends a convention of bizarre and avid conspiracy theorists. It's a place where aliens are real, the government is out to get you, and the world is hurtling toward an inevitable war of good versus evil incarnate.

Jack finds that nobody can be trusted--and that few people are what they seem. Worse yet, Jack's been having vivid dreams that make him wonder whether he's headed for a clash with his own past--maybe The Tomb's evil rakoshi beasts aren't through with him quite yet.

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F. PAUL WILSON, the New York Times bestselling author of the Repairman Jack novels, lives in Wall, New Jersey. In 2008, he won the Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement.
 
Published September 30, 2008 by Forge Books. 420 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Robert Anton Wilson is the co-author of the legendary Illuminatus! trilogy, an open-ended post-modern paranoia epic which postulates that...

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