The Camelot Conspiracy, Justice Series #3  -     By: David Munson, Diane Munson
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Compelling third installment of the Justice Series rocks with a sinister plot even more menacing than the headlines.
The Camelot Conspiracy
features a brash TV reporter, Lat Lowicki, who receives an ominous e-mail that throws her into the high stakes conspiracy of John F. Kennedy's assassination. AS Kat seeks to prove 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 foundations of the American justice system.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 344
Vendor: Micah House Media
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X .5 (inches)
ISBN: 098253552X
ISBN-13: 9780982535523
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  1. Indiana
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    a good story
    August 8, 2015
    lcjohnson1988
    Indiana
    Age: 45-54
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    There are two storylines going on at the same time with this complex plot. One involves illegal drug smuggling and the other involves illegal information gathering. The story takes readers from Washington, D.C. to Michigan as well as overseas. There are other subplots going on as well that tie together at the end of the story nicely. There are reappearances of characters Eva Montana and Griff Topping from the prior two books as well as investigative reporter Kat Kowicki.

    This story centers on Kat Kowicki and her crusade to take down Senator Lars Zorn, as well as uncovering new information on John F. Kennedys assassination. Kat also gets a love interest in this story in the form of Detective Jack McKenna. It is Jacks father, a retired Chicago policeman, who provides Kat with new information that was covered up at the time of Kennedys assassination. The plot is complex and requires attention to detail, but keeps readers interested.

    I was expecting most of the book to be about the Kennedy assassination, but that was not the real focus of the story so I was a little disappointed on that front. I would also have liked to see more interaction between Kat and Jack so I could see their relationship develop and not suddenly have deep feelings for one another. I didnt see them making that connection as one minute they were quarreling and the next they couldnt stop thinking about each other, but I didnt read much dialogue between the two so I didnt feel the development of their relationship. I did like the faith elements in the story via Jack and his father, Big John. The amount of research and hands-on detail included made the story interesting. I also liked the terrorist angle added to the story as it put more suspense into the plot. Ill be reading the next book in the series, Heros Ransom, and posting the review here.
  2. Age: 18-24
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A Captivating Read!
    October 9, 2013
    Sufficient in Jesus
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    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.
  3. Tampa Fl
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Intriguing
    February 9, 2013
    Doreen renewing strength
    Tampa Fl
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
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    The Camelot Conspiracy

    What a privilege to write a review of this book! I totally enjoy Diane and David Munson's books.

    As the title and cover would indicate it is factional fiction surrounding the Kennedy assassination and the investigation details surrounding that event. When Eva Montana receives a collect phone call from Cuba she is somewhat stunned. Fortunately, she takes the time to listen to the weakened voice and begin investigating this man behind the voice.

    Meanwhile, Kat Kowicki, a brash TV reporter finds herself sent from Washington, D.C. after making a truthful but critical statement about a United States Senator. So, back to Chicago she goes with much resentment for her boss, Elliot. Things change as Elliot has a plane crash and Kat begins to try to

    work her way back to the events she wants to cover and deceptions she wants to uncover. Kat comes in contact with many individuals, Jack McKenna, Big John and Griff Topping and soon all these people's lives become together for one single cause. The truth.

    The story takes many twists and turns and shockingly one event dating all the way back to 1963 to the present becomes very intertwined and needs to be settled once and for all.

    The Munsons write from their vast knowledge of the Federal Prosecutors Office in Washington, D.C. and as an undercover DEA agent. The story is suspenseful without being immoral or full of obscene language. Keeps your interest and gives much food for thought regarding that fateful November 22, 1963, event.
  4. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    December 10, 2009
    Betty Anne Bantz
    This fast-paced political thriller is a captivating insider look into government intrigue. Diane and David Munsons expertise weaves true-to-life struggles within the justice systems with spiritual conflicts.Eva Montanna is too busy with her special assignment to the U.S. Senate to follow up on the unexpected callers plea: My life is in danger. Help free me, por favor. . . . Children, hundreds, maybe thousands, will die if I do nothing. Can you get me out? As a mother of three, she cant just do nothing, so she hands the Cuban prisoner case over to fellow CIA agent on her way to the senate hearing on terrorist threats from South America. Kat Kowicki, reporter for network television, believes Senator Zorns behind the scenes smear campaigns of the presidential candidates mask his own intentions to run, and she intends to expose him. She enlists Evas unsuspecting help in nailing him, and it backfires. So her boss demotes her to the Chicago station.In Chicago, Kat encounters never-before released evidence in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. And she gets caught up helping Big John McKenna, a retired Chicago policeman, who is bent on exposing the second shooter.Together with Big Johns son Jack they soon find that the Cuban prisoner case, the presidential campaign, and Kennedys assassination have a common denominator. This is a page-turner you wont want to miss.
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 11, 2009
    breezie
    I throughly enjoyed the third book in the Justice Series. Old friends from previous books were there but they were secondary to Kat and Jack. I loved the theme and all of the twists and turns in the book. I enjoy reading books in which the authors know what they are writing about. I cannot wait for the Munson's next book.
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Author: Diane and David Munson
Submitted: February 05, 2008

    What was your motivation behind this project?  In writing The Camelot Conspiracy, we wanted to bring readers not only a fresh look at one of the greatest mysteries in our country -- President Kennedy's assassination, but also what it is like for Kat Kowicki to become a target of a modern-day conspiracy with some of the same powers in play to affect America. It is a story of international intrigue told in a family friendly way, with a large dose of humor thrown in. Readers will enjoy how we weave together certain threads from Facing Justice and Confirming Justice into this third in the Justice series. Check out our website for more insights.

    What do you hope folks will gain from this project?  We hope readers will gain a deeper understanding of how the justice system works. They will get a real-life glimpse of how police officers and Federal agents discern the guilty from the innocent and how they handle the demands of the job while balancing faith and family.

    How were you personally impacted by working on this project?  Our thanks to a growing fan base, who continually encourage us to keep writing quality suspense for readers from ages 12 to 92!

    Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know:  Contact us at our website to appear at church events, book clubs or to let us know your opinions or questions.

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