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The Plectra Conspiracy

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"China rising American socialism Petrodollar slavery Water wars Terrorism Worldwide drought Catholic compromise Islamic revolution + Gold = MONETARY ARMAGEDDON"

Richard Knight's "The Plectra Conspiracy" is a tightly paced, dramatic story of unusual, powerful men and women — including a world-renowned businessman, a prominent Congresswoman, a deadly terrorist, and the most p
Paperback, 220 pages
Published June 15th 2012 by BPS Books (first published June 1st 2012)
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A great book!
This first time author has provided an excellent thought provoking novel full of twists and intermingled plots of real events, prophetic events, social economics and the very real impact of world religions, global politics and economic meltdown.
Timely, insightful and sure to leave the reader thinking, "There's more to this than meets the eye"...

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Okay, so you know when you're watching the news and a story about terrorism comes on and they cover it for five minutes, and guiltily you want them to keep talking about it? This is your book, there's so much packed in that you can't stop reading. I definitely recommend it to those interested in global affairs.
Melissa Sargent
Not my usual cup of tea. Interesting book. I liked it very well. This review was provided for a copy of the book by the publisher, the author, and Firstreads Goodreads.
Paddy O'callaghan

Clever just doesn't cover it. I can't find the word. READ IT. make sure you plug your brain in first though.
Julie Knight
Excellent read! Can't wait for the sequel!
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The Plectra Conspiracy is my first novel. I started writing it in 2009 and had it published in June 2012. It was an awesome experience that will be the topic of a future blog post.

I look forward to the next phase of the journey as my novel has already brought me into contact with so many people with varied perspectives and experiences.

My career in the financial services industry has taken me to B
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