"Powerful conspiracy book"
He may be the best paparazzo in Europe for the rich and
famous know that when Graham Wells sets his scope on you he
gets the shot. Graham sees a monster scoop in Paris when
he catches celebrity philanthropist Lady Anne Godwin with
French soccer star Georges LeMoine. The couple recognizes
they are spotted and take off with Graham in pursuit.
However, tragedy occurs when the stars' vehicle crashes.
Graham flees the scene not wanting to be part of the story
especially in French court.
Graham recuperates in Los Angeles unaware that the CIA
knows he was at the scene of the accident. Agent "Mr.
Smith" contacts Graham in order to blackmail him into
destroying selected celebrities. After wrecking a few
lives, Graham concentrates on actress Lanie Byrne, but this
time digresses from the plot when he saves her life
following a suicide attempt. Now he is the target and his
enemies seem to be everywhere.
This novel is not a rehashing of the Princess Diana tragedy
though the opening act is almost identical. Instead,
EXPOSURE is a powerful conspiracy book whose key is that
the prime cast seems real and their actions and reactions
plausible. Anyone who relishes a powerfully well-written
conspiracy novel by an author who would make Earl Warren
believe that an invading Cuban military force killed
President Kennedy, will want to be exposed to the works of
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 11, 2002