The Silent Conspiracy
A gripping and enthralling follow-up to The Network (praised by Steve Berry as "mandatory reading for any thriller aficionado"), in which a conspiracy with far-reaching implications threatens to engulf our heroes.
It's been almost two years since investigative reporter, Jack Logan, and television producer, Taylor Parks brought down the Institute--the secret facility responsible for indoctrinating a generation of America's political and media power players. Their lives are just getting back to normal, and Jack and Taylor have settled into married life with their young son, Evan. The man who'd threatened their lives--Damon Crosse, is dead, and his evil plan for society thwarted.
But soon a series of bizarre murder/suicides capture Jack's attention. When he begins to piece together the seemingly unrelated incidents, a disturbing pattern emerges. Could someone be intentionally causing people to become homicidal? Meanwhile, Taylor is producing a story about a class action suit against a national insurance company that has reached the Supreme Court. As Jack and Taylor uncover layer after layer, they start to suspect that their stories are connected and that there is something darker and more insidious at play.
When they make the shocking discovery that Crosse actually faked his own death, and is very much alive, Jack and Taylor must race against the clock to try and find him before he executes his new plan to take back control and destroy not only their lives, but the future of the country.
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About the Author
L. C. Shaw is the pen name of internationally bestselling author Lynne Constantine who also writes psychological thrillers with her sister as Liv Constantine. Her husband wonders if she is actually a spy, and never knows which name to call her. She loves to procrastinate by spending time on social media and, when stuck on a plot twist, has been known to run ideas by her silver Labrador and golden retriever who wish she would stop typing and play ball with them. Lynne has a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University and her work has been translated into twenty-seven foreign languages.