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The Peace Bomb

posted by admin, November 22, 2011 @ 10:32 pm

How much would you be willing sacrifice to preserve peace?

As a UN weapons inspector, it’s Sam Palmer’s job to disarm nuclear regimes. When Sam is asked to recruit a North Korean refugee, to sneak her back into the country that tortured her, and murdered her son and husband, he has no idea that nuclear war will ensue: A radical new weapon is unleashed, vastly more powerful than a conventional atomic bomb. Sam is caught in a deadly race to save the world from destruction, and rescue the woman he loves…

Sam Palmer has given his whole life to the cause of peace. He’s about to discover there are others who are willing to give even more…


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10 Responses to “The Peace Bomb”

  1. Let us not forget that Reagan’s future vp (Bush) and cia chief (Casey) met with the Ayatolla Khomeini behind the back of the then-current Carter administration (treason) and arranged for Iran to keep the American hostages until after the election. In return Iran got, at the very least, a conduit thru which to illegally receive missiles and other armaments–which came to light when traitor Ollie North got busted taking the missile $$$ and giving it to friends in Central America who turned out, naturally enough, to be drug smugglers USA-bound. Ah, the good old days…

  2. Hi there, May I download the picture and utilize it on my weblog?

  3. Marcus Marcus says:

    Sure thing, Kelley. It’s a composite of several mushroom cloud and explosion images, with the bomber and some other details added. Glad you like it.

  4. Marcus Marcus says:

    Hi Jennifer, I look forward to hearing what you think about the novel – particularly the chapters set at the ‘Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site’ (aka, Marshall Islands). The Whitehouse may change every 4-8 yrs, but the Pentagon doesn’t. The same sites building nukes (and anti-nuke ‘kill vehicles’) are still up to the same tricks as ‘the good ole days’. I think you’ll like it. We’ve all become strangely complacent about our deadliest threat.

  5. This is a really great blog. Thx to the author

  6. This is an utterly brilliant novel and – as a work of popular fiction and mass entertainment, may well do more for positively influencing public opinion on the importance of nuclear disarmament than Sting’s song “Russians”:

    In my professional opinion – this work sits firmly in the literary canon alongside the best and most important works of HG Wells, Arthur C Clarke and Isaac Asimov.

    – If you haven’t yet discovered “The Peace Bomb” by Marcus Gibson, you have yet to read one of the greatest – and most important – novels ever written by anyone (including Don Quixote, Moby Dick, and The Brothers Karamazov). The characters, the plot – and the mind-blowing narrative twists are worth the price of admission alone, let alone that the novel is painstakingly researched and based entirely on amazing – and terrifying real-world facts about nuclear weaponry.

    …Bravo – and – Encore-!!!

    This work gets my vote as Book Of The Century.



  7. Steve Gibson says:

    Wow! Just finished reading Peace Bomb (in a day on iPhone)! What an amazing story, and so thoroughly researched. Still taking it all in. Amazing, Marcus. Well done!

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  9. What are the laws upon republishing paper articles within a book? Are there copyright issues?

  10. Your stuff is rather unique