John Cafferky holds three degrees from Trinity College, Dublin. He spent ten years as chief geologist at the Agnico Eagle Mines, Joutel site, in northwestern Quebec where he helped discover, and bring into production, the Telbel mine. Currently he lives in Toronto and teaches mathematics. He has a passion for science, philosophy, history and writing. This is his third book. In his first book, Evolution's Hand, he examined the problems of evolution in the light of his Achaean rock experience in northern Canada. In his second book, Scandal and Betrayal, he investigated the mysterious disappearance of the Irish Crown Jewels in 1906, which was featured in a documentary on the subject. In his third book, Lord Milner's Second War, he argues that the First World War was fostered by an agreement between Russia, France and the Rhodes-Milner secret society of Great Britain. The secret society was a partnership of British imperialists and international financiers. It is this group that has given rise to the New World Order movement that has been highlighted by conspiracy theorists studying the Federal Reserve, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg Group. Lord Milner's Second War is a case study in conspiracy in which the question is posed: "is there really an organized shadowy group directing major events?" John Cafferky answers yes and reviews the evidence that led him to this conclusion.