The Roosevelt Conspiracy

The Roosevelt Conspiracy

by

, Thriller

Twenty miles east of Devils Tower, in the sleepy town of Cascade, Wyoming, a cryptic letter is found. It mentions a "wealth of a nation," and reads as nothing more than fanciful fiction, except that its author was one of the most influential men in American history, famed explorer and former President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt.

The letter also references the Seven Sisters of Native American folklore. The correlation between the two subjects is unknown, even to Chatan, the message's discoverer, a young man with Lakota ancestry. Unsure of who to trust, he contacts his uncle, Yellowstone park ranger Tatanka "Bull" Durham. Suspecting trouble, Bull asks his friend and trusted coworker, former Delta operator Jack Reilly, to come along.

Seeing it as a way to square up a dangerous debt, shady casino owner Bartholomew Creed swiftly takes matters into his own hands. The potential dollar amounts involved are too great not to act. But is it enough to kill for?

Title:The Roosevelt Conspiracy
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    The Roosevelt Conspiracy Reviews

  • Mary

    Thank God that's over. I purchased this book quite by accident (damn you, Kindle 1-click button) so thought I would give it a try. What a waste of time. I have no idea what book the reviewers who gave...

  • Janet

    Tribute to President Teddy RooseveltA fantasy story that has Jack Reilly with his partner “Bull” taking on the task of solving a mysterious note written by President Roosevelt. An old Lakota legen...

  • Roger Dufresne

    Good Piece of Action AdventureI was originally just looking for a quick read and Jack Reilly fell into my lap. The storyline was one that I have not yet encountered. A retired Delta operator that has...

  • Kim Lewandowski

    I loved The Roosevelt Conspiracy! It enveloped me in from the first words spoken and, after completing it, I mourn that there aren't anymore words left to say. Full of action and is a wonderful storyl...

  • Robert D. Stevenson

    A Wyoming adventureI live in Wyoming and though enjoyed this book! I believe that the author has spent time here Probably on vacation since his knowledge is so accurate! Cascade is obviously Sundance ...

  • Teresa Cage

    Good readGood read and a great story I just wish he had done more with it. The story just felt light on meat. I would have loved to see more of the history of their find and what it meant. Then at the...

  • Ellen White

    Former Delta operator and now a park ranger, finding a note, which hints of hidden wealth. Was it from President Roosevelt. The history of the parks with the first national monument The Devil Tower in...

  • Jan Bandich

    Great Adventure StoryI liked the focus on a National monument that I have visited and the plot and characters in this story, clearly good vs. evil with cultural history thrown in for good measure. A v...

  • Genette Entenman

    Matt James has another hit with his latest book. Join Jack and Bull, along with several others, as they discover the secret of Devil's Tower. Fast paced action and a touch of history makes for a fanta...

  • Ed Randall

    Amidst all the new archeological thrillers, this is well worth your time.Having loved Nick Thacker, Ernest Dempsey and a number of other “Archeological Thriller Authors”, Matt James fits in quite ...