Book review: The Screen Conspiracy

The Screen Conspiracy sees a possible change to the American constitution that the CIA are determined to have passed at any cost.

A conspiracy is discovered by an IT executive (who knows little about IT) and two detectives; senators and congressmen are being blackmailed to vote in favour of the bill. They look to expose the conspiracy, whilst the the central CIA agent is determined to ensure they don’t. Halpin (the IT executive) and Masters and Tibbs (the local detectives) have a number of different plans to expose the plot, but Sergio (the CIA agent) constantly appears and foils them. Much of the novel is focused on the changing of plans and the plot moves along at a good pace. There are mentions of IT terms, but these are well-explained to ensure that the plot can be followed with ease.

Rating (out of 5): ****


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