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Conspiracy Theory is a fast-paced mystery and espionage thriller that continues the story of April Bekkons and Annaliese Braun; damaged but not broken by events no young girl should have knowledge of. They raise themselves to do what is necessary to save themselves, others, and eventually their country, from destruction. The book picks up directly from the last line of Inn ...more
Paperback, 292 pages
Published January 6th 2015 by Charlotte Green (first published December 30th 2014)
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I realy enjoyed the air of mystery throughout the book. Also, the thrill i felt from reading this book it was a quick read and very enjoyable.
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