Gary L Beer
Gary L Beer born in Kent, England and of English and Welsh descent became a traveller at an early age. The travels to the mountains of Wales with his parents as a child instilled in him a wanderlust that has remained to this day.
After raising a family a new life was forced upon him and taking up the challenge Gary went to university and achieved a BSc in Pharmaceutical Chemistry following this with a Masters Degree in Chemistry, studying nano-particle science at the very cutting edge of technology. Able to turn his hand to most things in life he has worked as a Carpenter, Steeplejack, Car Mechanic, Panel beater, Chemist and Teacher.
Gary has written many popular novels;
Journey Thru America My Quest For Peace and
Journey Thru America The Way Home.
A Good Find
Albraise A Traveller's Tale
Gray, a student at the Space Sciences University, discovers part of the memory banks of a missing Starship while researching an asteroid for his Degree. Contained within the memory banks are the designs to make a device for instantaneous space travel. Constructing a device Gray travels the universes and realises he has made a terrible mistake.
A Good Find
Three friends go for a cycle ride along the North Kent coast and find a bag of money belonging to local smugglers and drug dealers. The drug dealers are soon hot on their trail to regain their money and the three friends soon find themselves in very serious trouble.
Surprisingly though the novel is about drug dealer’s drug use is not portrayed.
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Burying her husband in the garden under the runner bean patch seemed the best idea. At least burying him there she would be able to keep an eye on him. Suzy had not meant to kill him and then she meets her old friend Lewis, would he help her, or make things worse?
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Grailem was one of mankind’s last hopes to finally achieve immortality. Created in a test tube he had been bred specifically to be fully integrated with an artificial robotic body. To live forever has been Man’s dream almost since time began; would immortality finally bring the happiness that we all desire?
Set many thousands of years in the future Mankind now inhabits more than one hundred and fifty thousand planets. The planets have long been overcrowded and man needs to expand to survive. Following the earlier great explorations of thousands of years ago when civilisation was prosperous the Starship Stinedern searches for the descendants of those great explorers – if any remain.
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