The Diamond Conspiracy by Nicolas Kublicki

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Justice Department prosecutor Patrick Carlton uncovers a vast conspiracy to control the world supply of diamonds that began in 1920 Arkansas and leads to present-day Africa, Siberia, Sicily, the Vatican--all the way to the White House. Carlton will need everything he's got to bring the monopoly to justice--and to stay alive.

You will never look at diamonds the same again.

"A truly epic conspiracy. A first-rate chase thriller."
--Greg Iles, NYTimes bestselling author of Spandau Phoenix, Dead Sleep, The Quiet Game, and The Footprints of God

"Nicolas Kublicki belongs in the top new class of thriller writers."
--German Newsweek

"Tom Clancy for the legal set."
--Kirkus Reviews

"Tightly written and fast-paced…a whirlwind, worldwide journey."
--Library Journal

"A well-crafted, exciting political thriller...riveting."
--Publishers Weekly

"Intense drama keeps the pages turning."

"A truly breathtaking novel & a great read."

About Nicolas Kublicki

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Nicolas is a lawyer who spent much of his career with the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.
Published December 22, 2011 by Rellihan Satterlee. 568 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Concurrent with Max’s purchase of the mine that could shake the jewelry world is a bit of trustbusting at the Department of Justice, where cigar puffing, cowboy boot wearing, former Catholic schoolboy and ex-corporate hotshot Patrick Carlton has been yanked from the case he’s been on for months a...

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The investigative trail eventually leads to a powerful, corrupt South African diamond conglomerate, Waterboer, which is trying to purchase a reserve of Russian diamonds in an attempt to maintain control of the world supply.

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