The Rough Guide To Conspiracy Theories

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Rough Guides Limited, Sep 1, 2008 - Political Science - 480 pages
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Everything you think you know is a lie. Or is it?

The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories is the definitive guide to the world's most controversial theories. With updated information on all the most infamous conspiracies, from phony crucifixions to who really did kill JFK, this fully up-dated guide also covers the murders of Alexander Litvinenko and Benasir Bhutto, the London bombings and the Iraq War, as well as the inquest into Princess Diana s death. The guide is a thoroughly researched exploration into this fascinating and, at times, amusing phenomenon, with fascinating discourse and a keen sense of the satirical. For both the believers and the cynics, The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories sorts the myths from the realities.

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Review: The Rough Guide To Conspiracy Theories (Rough Guide Specials)

User Review  - Kat - Goodreads

Fantastic reference covering many different events. Very good. Read full review

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User Review  - Craig Clark - Goodreads

Very good book, only downside is that there are some entries that are too short and by comparison some entries that are too long, but overall very good book with a good 'recommended reading' list at the book with some worthwhile reviews. Read full review

About the author (2008)

James McConnachie authored the first edition of The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories and the best-selling Rough Guide to the Da Vinci code. Robin Tudge has written extensively on the subject of conspiracy theories for the national press

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