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for conspiracy lovers

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The Crying Of Lot 49
The Crying Of Lot 49
"Still the best conspiracy tale ever. In a search to understand her dead ex-lover, our heroine discovers WASTE, an underground message network whose members have nothing to say"
Foucault's Pendulum
Foucault's Pendulum
"Even if you create your own history, someone may still want it. The ultimate counter-conspiracy conspiracy novel"
The Holy Blood And The Holy Grail
The Holy Blood And The Holy Grail
"The one that Dan Brown got all his facts from"
Slaughter House Five
Slaughter House Five
"Time travelling dentist unravels the war, and makes love to Montana Wildhack on the Planet Tralfamadore"
Rings of Saturn
Rings of Saturn
"How do you get from a nervous breakdown to Suffolk in winter via Joseph Conrad and Roger Casement? The answer is in here. The conspiracy of nothing against the world. Frightening"
The Omruds (Saga of Noggin the Nog)
The Omruds (Saga of Noggin the Nog)
"Look. If you don't like Noggin the Nog, you'd better give up. Hopeless optimism and breathtaking simplicity - enough to make grown men cry"
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
"Suspend your disbelief for just a few hours, and enjoy unravelling who betrayed Britain. (No, not General Haig)"
The Riddle of the Sands
The Riddle of the Sands
"See. The Germans did want to get us, even then. The first spy story and still a great tale"
Rogue Male (CRIME MASTERWORKS)
Rogue Male (CRIME MASTERWORKS)
"Getting Hitler in his gunsight was his first big mistake. Lucky he has some good pals, but I still don;t believe that hedges in Devon were ever like that"
The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston (Faber Paper-Covered Editions)
The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston (Faber Paper-Covered Editions)
"The first war was still the greatest conspiracy of the last 250 years. And Mad Jack tells it like it was. Beautiful and haunting"