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Book Review: CleanSweep Conspiracy by Chuck Waldron

This is a book that will keep you interested! I wanted to continue reading each night long after I should have been asleep. It is not often a book captures my interest from the very first page.

The style of writing is good, the content is good, the story line good-the plot within the book intriguing! The book has a good pace as in fast-so will keep the reader interested. Chuck Waldron, the author ‘paints’ a very realistic picture/story line and I love the fact that the book is set in Toronto, Canada as I live in Canada.

The realistic story brings the book to life as it is very possible that this type of conspiracy could happen today. Governments often try to ‘sweep’ events ‘under the rug’ and it is plausible that good guys get captured or are chased.

Matt Tremain publishes Verité, a blog dedicated to writing about the truth and exposing scams. Currently, he’s following up on rumors concerning something called CleanSweep, a mysterious project.

Are you intrigued? You should be. Check this book out!




Author’s Bio:

Born in Iowa, Chuck Waldron lived in Ontario, Canada, before relocating to Florida’s Treasure Coast. Over the years, he’s held many jobs. The ones he can mention in print include US Army soldier, truck driver, office manager, mailman, real estate salesman, social worker, hardware store clerk, and shuttle driver.

Fate played a crucial role when he walked into his first writing class, and he still honors the memory of the teacher, Henrietta. She gave him permission to write. That—along with countless writing groups, classes, seminars, and much sweat—has resulted in over fifty short stories and four novels.

Waldron often likes to pretend interest, lacks perseverance, and could generally use a good talking to—until it comes to his writing, that is. He and his wife Suzanne reside in Port St. Lucie, Florida. While keeping an eye out for hurricanes, alligators, and Burmese pythons, he’s busy writing his next novel

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