Veteran conspiracy author Len Bracken's collection of witty essays and articles takes readers down the dark corridors of conspiracy, politics, murder and mayhem. A fascinating maze of interwoven tales, it includes juicy morsels for conspiracy theorists, including the Russian Conspiracy, and an interview with Costa Rican novelist Joaqun Gutirrez. The 12 chapters include:
A general theory of civil war
The real dirt about South African intelligence services
q The New-Catiline Conspiracy for debt cancellation
plus aphorisms against work, solar
economics and more. A pop-conspiracy classic, The Arch Conspirator even includes a psychogeographic map of the third millennium.