Handpicked by the NSA to track down and identify the ten known witnesses to the recent crash of a weather balloon, Robert Bellamy searches for clues in Rome, Budapest, and Texas.
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It takes talks with all the witnesses, however--Yank, Soviet, Hungarian, etc., each tracked down in the novel's repetitive first two-thirds with minimal sleuthing but maximal scenery-stuffing--for him to learn that each is killed right after talking to him: ``It was an international conspiracy, a...| Read Full Review of The Doomsday Conspiracy
Of course it's only a matter of time before the hunter becomes the hunted, and Bellamy is on the run from a cabal of former friends turned bounty hunters who are determined to contain any public panic about a possible alien invasion.Sep 20 1991 | Read Full Review of The Doomsday Conspiracy
Eventually—some 200 pages after the reader—Robert catches on to the real menace, and the obvious conspiracy does little to impair Sheldon's rip-roaring chase.Sep 16 1991 | Read Full Review of The Doomsday Conspiracy
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