|Illuminati, the (1991) [Novel]|
by Larry Burkett
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(From the publisher):
Will malevolent powers use the world's financial systems to bring the planet to its knees?
The year is 2001 and the world is on the brink of economic collapse as the Illuminati, a deadly secret organization, succeeds in placing one of their own people in the office of the presidency of the United States, gaining control of world events.
With their plan set in motion, they move closer to complete success - controlling the world's finances - and the Data-Net system is born. Not only does Data-Net give the Illuminati power to single out a group of people and cut off their money, fuel and food supplies, but it enables them to track a person's every move through the attempted use of their Data-Net card - placing the public at the mercy of this secret society.
Have John Elder and Randy Cross read the "signs of the times" soon enough to expose the Illuminati and thwart their diabolical plan? Or will this organization and its leaders be hailed as the world's political saviors
Original title: The Illuminati
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Political Intrigue and Terrorism
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Political