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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Conspiracies by F. Paul Wilson

This is the first of the Repairman Jack novels that I have read that were in my bride's venacular, "WooWoo".  Now as a SciFi fan I don't quite identify the book as being that far out.  Edgy but not extraterrestrial.  Jack is hired to find a missing person and he finds lots of "other" things.

There is the common ground of retributional violence in this book.   Added to this story it is the confirmation of motivation for the chaos seeking villains in past books. 

I enjoyed the cataloging of different conspiracy theories that Jack is exposed to at his convention attendance. 

Jack is developing a softer side with his relationship with Gia and Vicky.   Wilson's penchant for killing off characters makes me leery of becoming attached to Gia and Vicky.   I plan on tracking down the story that is referred to in this book.  I am not sure how I missed it as I have been trying to read the books in order.   I use the fantastic fiction site for my reference guide and may have missed that story.  

Once again, I recommend the book and I plan on reading more of the series.


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