Comments on: July 2012 Monthly news relating to Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror Sat, 20 Nov 2021 05:35:16 +0000 hourly 1 By: Martha Twine Tue, 12 Nov 2019 14:01:13 +0000 Hi, this is to let you know about a new science fiction/fantasy book called ‘Kiss Terror Goodbye’ by Martha Twine. Please see press notice below. Best wishes, Martha Twine.

Published by Olympia Publishers

25/07/2019 – £8.99 – Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-78830-380-4
Category: Science Fiction / War

Martha, a British pensioner, is targeted by the North American Mafia, who have teamed up with Al-Qaide to plan a covert war on Western countries, using secret electromagnetic technologies. Martha learns how to turn the tables on the perpetrators, and later discovers how the secret technologies can be used as a force for good, with the potential to solve many world problems. On her journey, Martha meets people from NATO military intelligence services, top secret prison services and some very advanced space scientists. Nothing is off limits, including visits to the Moon, Mars and other planets where life forms already exist. Martha’s quest, which includes many unexpectedly lighter moments, ends up closer to home, where she is involved in a covert war on Europe, and seeks to enlist the help of the US military in highlighting the plight of victims of targeting in North America.

Martha Twine was born in London in 1948. She moved to Surrey in 1956. Educated at Guildford County School, she worked for over forty years in the public sector, mainly in London and the north east, during which time she gained an accountancy qualification, and worked in finance. She is now retired and lives in Haslemere, where she enjoys gardening and singing in local choirs.

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