Reviewed by Robert Kirkconnell for Readers' Favorite
On a chance meeting with a senior government official from the Middle East, author Meghan Hansen’s fundamental belief systems were turned upside down in one short week. Always Face the Hounds is Meghan’s story about how she came to realize that the American people have been deceived about many major events in recent history. Meghan met “Adir” on a horseback riding vacation in Italy, and in evening conversations he peeled back the layers of what real power is capable of doing. From the JFK assassination to Osama Bin Laden’s shocking connections to the wealthy elite, Meghan’s highly placed acquaintance took her on a stark journey of disturbing discovery. Through a fascinating series of events, Meghan found herself right in the middle of negotiations to gain U.S. access to, arguably, the most wanted international criminal of all time!
In Always Face the Hounds, author Meghan Hansen takes us on a riveting journey that reveals how deep politics and conspiracies really do exist. Meghan’s writing style is clear, direct, and straightforward. In less than 50 pages she packs in many virtually unknown “game changer” facts about the Bay of Pigs invasion, the JFK assassination, the Bush family’s connections to the Bin Ladens, CIA mind control murders, and much more. This little book is a page-turner that is filled with facts presented in a straightforward, succinct manner. Meghan does not pretend to be well-versed in politics, and her one-week crash course into the dark recesses of America’s hidden history is a fascinating read. The reader will find out how Meghan carefully played her hand in a most dangerous game. Inspiring!