As part of a background study for my next book, I had a look at Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) devices. Many articles were five or six years old, reflecting a burst of interest at that time. One was new, and was more than a little worrying. It looked at the prevalence of RFID devices implanted into people apparently without their knowledge. Continue reading “RFID and People Tracking: Background For My Next Book”
A conspiracy. That is the subtitle that appears on the book cover of my ebook spy thriller, Aeron. Why is it there?
When I started writing the book I had a concern that information made available to ordinary people was filtered to achieve certain objectives. This of course is the classical argument on which conspiracy theory is based. Continue reading “Aeron: Spy Thriller With a Conspiracy Background”
Here is an excerpt from part of the first chapter of my spy thriller Aeron.
Aeron is a new political spy thriller that you can buy as an e-book from your nearest Kindle store for just US$2.99
What are people saying about Aeron
- I could not put it down
- The ending was a complete surprise
- Really professional
- Must have taken a huge amount of research
The first time I saw Afghanistan I was wearing a borrowed shirt. It wasn’t a particularly attractive shirt, being a faded pale blue with buttons that were beginning to turn yellow. Made of 100 % nylon it was more than somewhat sweaty and sticky even in late November. Continue reading “The First Time I Saw Afghanistan”