Thirty One Years to Earth: : Arrival of the Alien Nation

Thirty One Years to Earth: : Arrival of the Alien Nation

by Richard N Boyd
Thirty One Years to Earth: : Arrival of the Alien Nation

Thirty One Years to Earth: : Arrival of the Alien Nation

by Richard N Boyd

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Overview

Birthrates have plunged, causing Earthlings to wonder if they will become an endangered species. They discover that their DNA has been modified to enhance romance between younger men and older women, thereby causing the plunging birthrates.

Roger Hopkins, a retired data analyst extraordinaire for the British SIS, and legendary ladies man, is coaxed out of retirement to head the group trying to figure out the cause of the newfound romantic interests.

The head of the perpetrators of the DNA changes is a beautiful alien woman. She and Hopkins ultimately become involved, both romantically and professionally. But they encounter enormous Earthling resistance, as well as plots to assassinate by both shooting and explosion.

But the aliens are a much more developed civilization in many respects, so the Earthlings finally are able to benefit from their them.

The book weaves politics, romance, and a modest amount of science fiction to produce its twists.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530993123
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/20/2016
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Richard Boyd is a retired nuclear astrophysicist, having spent 30 years in the Physics and Astronomy Departments at Ohio State University.
He has authored more than 200 articles on nuclear physics, astrophysics, and astrobiology. This is his third book, the other two being a graduate level textbook on nuclear astrophysics and the other being an undergraduate level book on the origin of the Earthly molecules of life.

He's never been a politician, but he hopes that his comments will challenge at least some of the less logical ones.
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