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The moon . . . it was once shrouded in mystery. Now it hosts an international team of scientists. When Russian scientist Sergey Pushkin discovers a disk sent by alien beings containing the secrets of immortality, U.S. Congressman Scott Andrews doubts the extraterrestrials' good intentions. The discovery initiates a tug of war between Russia and the United States---and sparks a battle for the human soul. 324 pages, softcover from Nelson.
A historic international space mission explodes with crimes and crises after scientists, engaged in a moon-mining expedition, receive information from outer space about how to reverse the aging process. Corporate espionage, murders, political assassinations, and finally, the threat of a new Cold War follow a revolutionary message on the human genome from mysterious and possibly demonic beings from another dimension. U.S. Representative Scott Andrews begins to doubt the motives of these "benign" messengers and suspects that they harbor designs of biblical proportions against the entire earth. This political/sci-fi/spiritual thriller pulls the reader onto a roller-coaster plot, with twists and turns through cutting-edge space and energy technology, genetic manipulation, back-room political machinations, and international intrigue on the highest levels.
William Proctor is the author, co-author, or ghostwriter of more than seventy books, including the bestsellers Beyond Reason, How Miracles Can Change Your Life, and Controlling Cholesterol. He is also the author of The Last Star, a critically acclaimed techno-thriller. Proctor has also served in the U.S. Marine Corps as an infantry-trained JAG officer (captain) and a military judge, and is a Vietnam veteran.
David J. WeldonM.D., a three-term congressman from Florida's 15th Congressional District, is also a practicing physician, with a specialty in internal medicine. His involvement in cutting-edge space policy includes serving as vice chairman of the Science Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics and co-chairman of the Congressional Space and Aeronautics Caucus.