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In the nineteen-sixties, a group of wealthy men concludes that it's already too late to stop global warming from destroying the planet. But they have a plan to save themselves.

Twenty years later, Jack Crowley and Jim Patterson stumble onto the conspiracy, and every answer they find is accompanied by more questions - and more deaths.

Jack is a former idealist, turned cynical by his years working as a New York tabloid editor. But his enthusiasm returns as he looks into the work of a NASA scientist who tells Jack about cover-ups at the space agency. Jim is a detective with little patience for conspiracy nuts. But he hates loose ends, and is unable to let go of the inconsistencies in another suspicious NASA death. Soon, his investigation leads him to Jack, and they join forces.

As Jack and Jim dig deeper, they are targeted by the type of killers that don't usually miss. From Washington to Las Vegas to the Middle East, they manage to stay one step ahead of their pursuers in a race to expose the truth, and maybe, just maybe, save the world.

Edward G. Talbot - New World Orders/Short Stories Edward G. Talbot

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    • 3.8 • 6 Ratings

In the nineteen-sixties, a group of wealthy men concludes that it's already too late to stop global warming from destroying the planet. But they have a plan to save themselves.

Twenty years later, Jack Crowley and Jim Patterson stumble onto the conspiracy, and every answer they find is accompanied by more questions - and more deaths.

Jack is a former idealist, turned cynical by his years working as a New York tabloid editor. But his enthusiasm returns as he looks into the work of a NASA scientist who tells Jack about cover-ups at the space agency. Jim is a detective with little patience for conspiracy nuts. But he hates loose ends, and is unable to let go of the inconsistencies in another suspicious NASA death. Soon, his investigation leads him to Jack, and they join forces.

As Jack and Jim dig deeper, they are targeted by the type of killers that don't usually miss. From Washington to Las Vegas to the Middle East, they manage to stay one step ahead of their pursuers in a race to expose the truth, and maybe, just maybe, save the world.

    JACK WAKES UP by Seth Harwood - get the first three chapters, then buy it

    JACK WAKES UP by Seth Harwood - get the first three chapters, then buy it

    In the nineteen-sixties, a group of wealthy men concludes that it's already too late to stop global warming from destroying the planet. But they have a plan to save themselves. Twenty years later, Jack Crowley and Jim Patterson stumble onto the conspiracy, and every answer they find is accompanied by more questions - and more deaths. Jack is a former idealist, turned cynical by his years working as a New York tabloid editor. But his enthusiasm returns as he looks into the work of a NASA scientist who tells Jack about cover-ups at the space agency. Jim is a detective with little patience for conspiracy nuts. But he hates loose ends, and is unable to let go of the inconsistencies in another suspicious NASA death. Soon, his investigation leads him to Jack, and they join forces. As Jack and Jim dig deeper, they are targeted by the type of killers that don't usually miss. From Washington to Las Vegas to the Middle East, they manage to stay one step ahead of their pursuers in a race to expose the truth, and maybe, just maybe, save the world.

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

JamesLT ,

Ultimate conspiracy theory

This is a great story and is the most complete conspiracy theory ever. And it's all true. Links to current and past news events make this a different style of story, which suits the conspiracy idea perfectly. I don't go in for these type of story usually but this is well worth a listen.

Only reason it doesn't get 5stars is some character lines are not always believable and it can jar you out of the story at times and some acting is a bit contrived. But these are fairly few an far between.

Looking forward to hearing what else these guys have done. Thanks and well done.

timpent ,

A ripping yarn...

I heard about New World Orders when Stephen Kilbride interviewed the authors on his "Tea and Chat" podcast. Scott Sigler's "Nocturnal" was coming to an end and I wanted something else to listen to and I must say I'm enjoying it a lot. It's a topical story which the authors have clearly researched well. Each issue has plenty of action - certainly enough to keep you coming back for more, and whilst it's just possibly a little far-fetched it's a very enjoyable listen. Thanks "Edward G Talbot"!

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