Conspiracy Theories in Fiction to Inspire Your Page-Turner

A Writer's Path

by Laura Peters

When it comes to a page-turner, we like the idea of something that is in-between reality and fiction. When we consider the enduring appeal of Kafka or Thomas Pynchon, the notion of the conspiracy theory is one of those devices that straddles the balance. Conspiracy theories can be real or they can be fictional, and this becomes part of the reason why people love a good conspiracy novel. Let’s highlight some of the most interesting conspiracy theories for you to incorporate into your work.

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