Aug 24, 2010

Book Review: The Constantine Conspiracy by Gary Parker

"As the only heir of a family worth billions, Rick Carson expected many things. He expected cameras to flash every time he stepped into the public eye. He expected limousine rides, red carpet runways, and magazine covers with his face on them. He expected designer clothes to drape his angular frame and gourmet food and drink to satisfy his palate. He expected A-list celebrities to invite him to their yachts, villas, and penthouses for late-night parties where behavior jumped all boundaries. For the most part, life met his expectations and he did whatever he wanted to do and whenever her wanted to do it. That's what made the predawn death of his father just three weeks before Rick's thirtieth birthday so shocking - it shattered every expectation he'd ever had and never put any of them together again." The Constantine Conspiracy, pg 13.

Rick Carson knows the life of the ridiculously wealthy. None of it could prepare him for the death of his father. Rick is convinced it was murder, but he was the only one home with his father at the time. Their elaborate alarm system did not go off. If it was murder, it had to be an inside job. The police want to question Rick, but the man takes off and is on the run. Something deep and dark is happening, and Rick is determined to find out what it is. Will he figure it out before it ends his life? Who can Rick believe? Who should he turn to?

The Constantine Conspiracy is a fast paced story with a twisted plot. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. I couldn't put it down.

Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

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