The Camelot Conspiracy

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"The Camelot Conspiracy" rocks with a sinister plot even more menacing than the headlines. Former DC insiders Diane and David Munson feature Kat Kowicki, the feisty TV reporter who receives an ominous email that throws her into a 21st century conspiracy of John F. Kennedy?s assassination. When Kat uncovers new evidence that proves Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone, she turns for help to Federal Special Agents Eva Montanna and Griff Topping who uncover the chilling truth: A shadow government threatens to tear down the very foundation of the

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Overview

"The Camelot Conspiracy" rocks with a sinister plot even more menacing than the headlines. Former DC insiders Diane and David Munson feature Kat Kowicki, the feisty TV reporter who receives an ominous email that throws her into a 21st century conspiracy of John F. Kennedy’s assassination. When Kat uncovers new evidence that proves Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone, she turns for help to Federal Special Agents Eva Montanna and Griff Topping who uncover the chilling truth: A shadow government threatens to tear down the very foundation of the American justice system. Readers will be satisfied with how the Munsons treat the historical and newly declassified evidence in President Kennedy's assassination and surprised by Kat's conclusions of the powers behind the killing.

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"Expertly written. An exciting thriller. This fast-paced political thriller is a captivating insider look into government intrigue, and well worth reading." - Authors Choice Reviews

"The Camelot Conspiracy by Diane and David Munson combines a larger than life plot with very believable characters. . . The plot, a big one by any standards, takes you to several locations including Caracas, Kazakhstan, and Washington D.C. and is a story that only someone with first hand experience inside the Federal government could portray as realistically as was done in The Camelot Conspiracy. I found the dialogue to be genuine and the characters very fitting for the plot . . . —The Christian Suspense Zone by Susan Sleeman— (This text refers to an earlier edition).

"The Munson writing team knows how to flavor their fiction with the perfect taste of reality...There is an exciting adrenaline rush as the facts, political figures and a firm determination for justice have the characters scrambling for the truth and their own lives....The Camelot Conspiracy is a story that could possibly happen. And that's what makes it a great read!" In The Library Reviews

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982535523
  • Publisher: Micah House Media, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/1/2009
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 948,170
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

ExFeds writing High Velocity Suspense, Diane Munson was a Federal prosecutor and a Reagan Justice Department official. David Munson was a Special Agent with the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration, where as an undercover DEA agent he infiltrated international drug smuggling organizations. The husband/wife team weaves their exciting cases into family friendly thrillers and speak to churches, libraries and civic groups.

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  • Posted February 24, 2010

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    Fiction That Seems Real

    Camelot Conspiracy is the first book of the Munsons' that I have read. It will not be my last! If you like adventure, thrills, mystery, and action, this is a good pick for you. The Munson's' life experiences qualify them to write their novels with authenticity and believability. In addition, their characters are realistic, flawed, redeemable humans. If you enjoy multiple points of view, this book delivers. The many different viewpoints add realism to the story as many things unfold and happen all at once.

    I enjoyed the history involved in the uncovering of alternate facts on the Kennedy assassination. The cast of characters include Kat Kowicki, news reporter; Jack McKenna local policeman on assignment with the DEA, and FBI special agents Eva Montanna and Grif Topping. Within the story the reader follows a terrorist group, a hidden alternative plot for Kennedy's assassination, and a shadow government that has weaseled into the very fibers of the CIA. One by one the stories intertwine as Kat Kowicki and Jack McKenna fight for their very lives and try to save democracy in the process. This book is fast paced and intriguing. I look forward to reading more books by the Munson's

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  • Posted October 29, 2013

     The Camelot Conspiracy is one captivating read. I shared this b

     The Camelot Conspiracy is one captivating read. I shared this book with a review buddy; she read it first, then I read it, and along the way we discussed what we liked so much about this story.
    First lets talk characters. Characters are the factor that makes a story, in my estimation. Our main characters are Jack McKenna and Kat Kowicki. Jack is a harmonica playing, licorice eating, blue-eyed Chicago cop, currently working on a joint terrorism task force.
    Kat is an investigative reporter who will never stop striving for stories that tell the truth and expose corruption. It doesn't matter to her how powerful the person is whom she's exposing, or how close their threats come to her.
    Then their are the other characters, many of them involved with the task-force.
    They are a diverse group of men and women from multiple agencies and countries of origin, and they all have one goal that bonds them together: keeping the world safe from terror.
    Their teamwork is a great part of this story, and their exchanges back and forth reveal their personalities. We get little windows into their lives: Eva Montanna, who is eager to get home to her children and husband; Griff Topping, who is waiting for a woman he loves to call him and renew their relationship, and Bo Rider, who we first meet in this book as he leans against a doorjamb and works on a Sudoku puzzle.
    Now for the Plot. Much of the plot of The Camelot Conspiracy is just that: plots.
    A unique and deadly terrorist plot, buried conspiracy plots, global espionage plots....
    All these threads tie together to make a very exciting story and through the Munson's skilled writing, it isn't overwhelming.
    And the Settings. From a lavish empire in the Islands funded by drug running, to the Chicago restaurant 'Mrs. O'Leary's Lantern', to a dirty warehouse in Kazakhstan, you feel like you are right there with the characters.
    Thank you Diane and David for sending me my review copy! I am eager to read more of your books.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

    A thrilling read

    The Camelot Conspiracy by Diane and David Munson weaves a suspenseful tale as details of President Kennedy's assassination plot are uncovered, along with current international intrigue and terrorist threats. Prepare for a wild ride with TV reporter Kat Kowicki, Chicago policeman McKenna, and Federal Agents Eva Montanna and Griff Topping, as they struggle against criminals' evil intents.

    My husband and I both enjoyed this fictional account that takes readers into the infrastructure of America's investigative and protective public servants, allowing a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what occurs in real life. The story line is plausible and makes one wonder just how much is actually true. The authors do divide fact and fiction in a note in the back of the book.

    This is the third in a series and stands alone fine. I did find it a bit hard to keep up with all the characters and subplots, but that also made it more exciting and realistic. Being unfamiliar with government agencies and procedures I got a little confused in a few places, but nothing that hindered the plot. I did find it odd that the secretive network was dubbed the Camelot Connection when the story dealt with the end of Kennedy's Camelot.

    I would recommend The Camelot Conspiracy, and want to read the previous two novels as well as the upcoming one to be released this spring. The Munsons are definitely qualified to write such thrillers, with their experience in law, government, and as a Federal Special Agent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2007

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    I bought this book because I was interested in how the authors might blend the Kennedy Assassination into a novel. It was captivating to see how well they included the evidence, and then even more. The Munsons added some other plots I never expected. I was amazed at their understanding of how government really works. Fast paced, exciting, with clever perspectives that sometimes let the reader know of evidence even before the character found out in the book. Just when I thought I had figured it all out, the authors delighted me with surprises that I didn't see coming. Their service in government, is obvious. I'm glad to see they've written other novels. Keep them coming.

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