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Countdown To Armageddon / A Stranger In Paradise (Wildside Double #2)
     

Countdown To Armageddon / A Stranger In Paradise (Wildside Double #2)

by Edward M. Lerner
 
In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles" two-in-one books (flip one over to read the second title) -- here is the second Wildside Double . . .

"Countdown to Armageddon," by Edward M. Lerner:

Hezbollah has obtained an atomic bomb and a would-be martyr eager to deliver it-and that's the good news. The bad news, unknown even to Hezbollah, is that their physicist

Overview

In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles" two-in-one books (flip one over to read the second title) -- here is the second Wildside Double . . .

"Countdown to Armageddon," by Edward M. Lerner:

Hezbollah has obtained an atomic bomb and a would-be martyr eager to deliver it-and that's the good news. The bad news, unknown even to Hezbollah, is that their physicist has also found a way to take his new bomb back to a turning point in European history.

Harry Bowen, an American physicist, and Terrence Ambling, a British agent turned historian, are determined to stop Abdul Faisel and prevent the nullification of all Western civilization. Their mission can be accomplished, if at all, only in the darkest of the Dark Ages-

And there, too, time is running out.

"A Stranger in Paradise," by Edward M. Lerner, collects five of the bestselling author's science fiction stories: "The Night of the RFIDs," "Two kinds of People," "Better the Devil You Know," "Small Business," and "A Stranger in Paradise."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434406743
Publisher:
Wildside Press
Publication date:
04/29/2010
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

Meet the Author

About the author
Edward M. Lerner has degrees in physics and computer science (and, curiously enough, an MBA). Now writing SF full time, Lerner worked in high tech for thirty years (including seven years as a NASA contractor), in positions ranging from engineer to senior vice president. That experience includes techie havens (such as Bell Labs, Hughes Aircraft, and Northrop Grumman), an Internet company, and a software start-up. Sooner or later, it all shows up in his fiction.

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