Conspiracies: A Repairman Jack Novel

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Macmillan, 2000 - Fiction - 317 pages
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Lew Ehler hires Jack to find his missing wife, Melanie - who left a baffling message that only Jack could find her. Hoping to gather some clues, Jack attends a convention of bizarre and avid conspiracy theories in a New York City hotel. It seems that Melanie mysteriously disappeared after announcing her plans to unveil her Grand Unification Theory - the conspiracy theory to end all conspiracy theories.
In the conspiracy world, where aliens are real, the government is out to get you, and civilization is hurtling toward an inevitable war of good versus evil. Jack finds that nobody can be trusted - and that few people are what they seem.
  

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Review: Conspiracies (Repairman Jack #3)

User Review  - Danny Tyran - Goodreads

It is the story of Repairman Jack who has to investigate in the middle of a conference of loony tunes who believes in all sorts of conspiracy theories. Jack doesn't believe in any of those theories ... Read full review

Review: Conspiracies (Repairman Jack #3)

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In The Tomb, Repairman Jack saved New York from a cargo ship full of monsters out of mankind's darkest, oldest nightmare. In the sequel, Legacies, he helped his client figure out why a bunch of Saudi ... Read full review

Contents

WEDNESDAY
51
THURSDAY
95
IN THE WEE HOURS
139
FRIDAY
159
IN THE WEE HOURS
279
SATURDAY
297
SUNDAY
351
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Author F. Paul Wilson was born in Jersey City, New Jersey on May 17, 1946. He has written over forty books and short story collections. He is best known for the Repairman Jack series and the Sims series. He won the Prometheus Award in 1979 for Wheels Within Wheels and in 2004 for Sims. He also won a 1984 Progie Award from the West Coast Review of Books for The Tomb, the Hall of Fame Award from the Libertarian Futurist Society in 1990 for Healer and in 1991 for An Enemy of the State, and the 1999 Bram Stoker Award for short fiction for Aftershock. His book The Keep was made into a film in 1983. In 2012 his title Nightworld made The New York Times Bestseller List.

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