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Overview The third installment in The Justice Series by Diane and David Munson authors of "Facing Justice" and "Confirming Justice."In The Camelot Conspiracy television reporter Kat Kowicki faces a demotion to Chicago with courage and typical brashness when she gets a mysterious email offering her long hidden evidence in the assassination of President John Kennedy's murder. Soon she is targeted by those in power who are trying to keep secret and new conspiracies hid. Danger escalates as Kat turns for help to Federal Agents Eva Montanna and Griff Topping who are shocked to discover a shadow government operating in their midst.
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Studio: FaithWalk Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.91 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2007
Publisher FAITH WALK PUBLISHING #883
ISBN 1932902740 ISBN13 9781932902747
Availability 0 units.
More About Diane Munson & David Munson
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The Camelot Conspiracy by Diane and David Munson combines a larger than life plot with very believable characters. Feb 2, 2008
This third book of their Justice Series opens with returning character, television reporter, Kat Kowicki as she takes on a powerful U.S. Senator and loses. Not only does she receive a job demotion as a punishment, but she's also moved from her choice Washington, D.C. slot to a less sought after Chicago gig. It's in Chicago, that she receives never before publicly seen evidence of John F. Kennedy's assassination from a retired Chicago police detective. Though he'd brought the evidence to the FBI's attention in the past, nothing had come of it.
Even though Kat's reputation hangs in the balance as someone who might fall prey to a far-fetched conspiracy theory, Kat's curiosity wins out and she investigates the new information with her usual zeal. Her search leads her to the exclusive web site www.CamelotConnection.com, a data brokerage firm founded by retired CIA Assistant Director, Philip Harding. She soon learns that these brokers are collecting private information on everybody, including herself, and selling the information to anyone with a credit card. When Kat becomes a target herself, she calls on two Federal Agents to help her expose the secrets of the Camelot Connection.
The plot, a big one by any standards, takes you to several locations including Caracas, Kazakhstan, and Washington D.C. and is a story that only someone with first hand experience inside the Federal government could portray as realistically as was done in The Camelot Conspiracy. I found the dialogue to be genuine and the characters very fitting for the plot. I would have liked to see more dialogue, so I could have witnessed more interaction between these characters. This would have helped me connect more with people who live in a world that I can only imagine.
"FANASTIC" AGAIN!!! Jan 12, 2008
AND, WOW again!!! My third book by the Munson's who I am so greatful to for their writing style and first hand knowledge of what goes into their books. Unlike some people who tell everything that is in a book, I will just say how it kept me "IN" the book and heart rate up!! Christmas day I took a few breaks, with an excuse to "rest up" but was really reading this book... In my reviews of their first two in the Justice series I have written of their background for being able to bring such a current and focused story into reality. In this book, terrorism is "front and center" with all it's possiblities, and running against the clock. I am so glad to see some of the same characters, which had my mind racing again, wondering who was "really" the bad guy, or good. Sad when it ended. I ordered for other family members who love their work. I don't call it just a legal thriller, because there is sooo much more to it. The undercover work, the trickery... I really don't know of another author with such creds that is out there. This is "stuff" happening NOW!! You can be 16 or 80 and read their book's. I am SO waiting for their next book.
Another Winner from Diane and David Munson Nov 10, 2007
Having read the Munson's earlier "Justice Series" titles ("Facing Justice" and "Confirming Justice") I already knew that they bring a realism to their novels that only a former Federal prosecutor and former Federal undercover agent team could write. I also knew that the Munson's write in a family friendly way so I don't need to be embarrassed to recommend their books. What I wasn't prepared for was a a new theory (very realistic) to the JFK assassination as the basis for one of the three plot lines.
As in the other "Justice Series" novels, "The Camelot Conspiracy" features many familiar characters (including Special agents Eva Montanna and Griff Topping) and focusses on the brash reporter, Kat Kowicki who finds herself in the middle of a multi-layered international conspiracy.
Page by page the Munson's draw us in with the many twists and turns only the best novelists can weave.
If you are looking for great mystery and suspense, "The Camelot Conspiracy" delivers. Tired of foul language with no purpose, here is a book that does not stoop to that level. Good writing does not need to feature explicit sex, violence and language. Here is a book you can recommend to anyone who enjoys great suspense.