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In this engaging thriller, David Perry demonstrates his skill as a master storyteller taking us behind the counter into the world of pharmacy. The Cyclops Conspiracy accelerates through tense terrain toward an incredible finish. As the story opens, pharmacist Jason Rodgers stands nose to nose with his tortured past following the untimely death of his mentor, Thomas Pettigr ...more
Hardcover, 503 pages
Published February 1st 2012 by Pettigrew Enterprises LLC (first published August 30th 2011)
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Whitney Webb
Dec 13, 2018 rated it it was ok
Not my cup of tea.
Alan Williams
Dec 04, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: crime
Jason is a pharmacist who has a chequered back story, lost love, hidden reasons for behaviour and who is about to get himself mixed up in something very serious and potentially deadly, and very unrelated to his normal working days of dispensing pills and medicines.

The Cyclops Conspiracy starts slow but gradually ramps up the pace revealing a new twist and a new turn by the page, building to a very satisfying conclusion.

I wished the book could have picked up the pace a little earlier than it did
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Joan Verhoef
Feb 10, 2014 rated it did not like it
Thought it was not quite believable and very cliche.
Heather
Dec 26, 2018 rated it it was ok
I will say that although there were some interesting parts in this narrative, overall, it was overly descriptive and cliche in a lot of ways. He used many cliche sayings along the way and the story line was pretty predictable for a thriller. Also it became a bit tedious to hear how he constantly described woman as well rounded and such......The only interesting point was it took place locally for me and so locations were familiar. Overall, I cannot imagine continuing this series or reading any o ...more
Lakis Fourouklas
Jan 31, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This is one of the best thrillers that I’ve read during the last few months. Its action moves at a cinematic pace and it easily takes hold of the reader’s attention, an attention it never lets go.
On first sight there’s nothing much going on in the world that the author invites us to enter; things look normal; extremely normal one might think. But as time goes by and as we turn one page after the other, things begin to change; or rather things start to become illuminated. So just under that pict
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Andrea P.
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I really enjoy mystery and thrillers and this one sounded like a really interesting read being based around conspiracies. This story began in an interesting way for a thriller, right at the beginning you are told who is behind the conspiracy (so to say). At first I thought this was a little weird because I'm used to trying to guess who is behind the events happening. I found it was almost like working backwards through a story, you kno
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It’s funny how we choose books sometimes. When I saw the book cover for The Cyclops Conspiracy by David Perry, I could only see a small thumbnail size picture of it. Given the title, I wasn’t sure what was going on with the cover, so I clicked to see it bigger. And, as long as I was looking at the cover, I read the description and then I was hooked. After all, I love a good political conspiracy thriller as much as the next person. The Cyclops Conspiracy is very timely, so if you’re in the mood f ...more
Susie Bradley
Dec 06, 2011 rated it really liked it
I was lucky enough to win this as a first reads. It is a first novel for Mr. Perry.
The book overall was very well done. All the elements of suspense are present. The build up was well done. My only criticism, and a slight one at that, is that the conspirators weren't as well developed as they could have been.
Well done, Mr. Perry.
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Barbara Rippel
Dec 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book like his others is a pages burner... could not put it down. He is a great author and should be rated up with James Patterson. Truly have enjoyed all of his books. Want a good thriller here it is. I live in the area where his books take place which makes it even better.
Val
Jan 18, 2014 rated it liked it
I loved that this was set in Newport News.
Nancy
Jul 08, 2012 rated it really liked it
Chilling with memorable characters kept me turning the pages eager to find out what happened next. Quite the character study of evil characters bent on destruction.
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