The CleanSweep Conspiracy by Chuck Waldron {Book Review}

Disclosure: I received an ebook copy of this book in exchange for my opinion.

The CleanSweep Conspiracy by Chuck WaldronTitle: The CleanSweep Conspiracy
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Pages: 304

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

Matt gets his break when a whistleblower connects CleanSweep to billionaire Charles Claussen. Claussen plans to rid Toronto of undesirables, beginning with street people and extending to any citizens who don’t match Claussen’s restrictive screening matrix.

With the help of a high-ranking government official, Claussen plans to incite riots and violent unrest, conning Torontonians into sacrificing privacy and civil liberties for illusionary security and safety. Toronto will be reduced to a repressive city-state.

The information overwhelms Matt, who doubts he has the courage, skill, or readership to take on CleanSweep. But the murder of his source convinces the blogger to take a stand—although he’s too late to prevent chaos from gripping Toronto’s streets.

To get the word out, Matt’s going to need allies. He may have found some in a Toronto police detective and a local TV reporter pursuing the same story—presuming they aren’t allied with Claussen. If they are, Matt’s going to become yet another victim of CleanSweep, and the truth will be buried forever.

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This book wastes no time in jumping right into the pot of boiling water. It starts off with trouble – trouble we aren’t quite aware of right away, but gets your blood pumping and your heart pounding.

I am always game to read a good thriller and this was definitely a good thriller. I found myself holding my breath and being weary of anyone and everyone in the story. You never knew who, what, where – and the people with the power – boy, did they have power.

The “conspiracy” of the story really makes your wheels turn and surprisingly, different parts of the story were… reminiscent of current events – something that was rather intriguing and definitely kept me engaged.

I am telling you, if you like a thriller and conspiracy – this is the book to pick up. You are sure to enjoy it.

About the Author

Chuck WaldronBorn 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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