The Musketeers of Haven A Science Fiction Story

When Earth's one and only off-world settlement, dedicated to non-violence, is overrun by sword and spear-wielding creatures, a reservist soldier and a rag-tag group of ex-cons are shanghaied to fight them and find that to win they must rediscover Earth's violent past. More
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About M S Lawson

After 38 years as a journalist, including more than 30 on the Australian Financial Review, the down under Wall Street Journal, the newspaper I worked for could not stop its advertisers shifting to digital outlets. In 2016, as part of a savage round of redundancies, I was called into the Fairfax boardroom in Sydney (the two big players in the Australian newspaper scene are Fairfax and News) and told "sorry Mark". My original training was in physics and maths, gaining a science degree at Melbourne University in the 1970s. I landed a job at what was then about the only computer newspaper in Australia because I had taught myself to type, from one of my sister's secretarial textbooks. In those days it was rare for a boy to know how to type.

In that very long career in journalism I did specialist/trade, suburban, country/regional and, for the AFR, science reporting, companies (takeovers, profit results, market movements) personal finance, special reports editing, leader writing, accounting/legal reporting and a stint as Perth bureau chief. Now I do a little contract work, the occasional article for The Australian version of the British magazine The Spectator, and write books. I have a wife and adult children in Sydney but at the moment I'm keeping an eye on my aged dad in Melbourne.

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Doug Aiken reviewed on Sep. 8, 2020
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The Musketeers of Haven is and excellent well written sci-fi military story. The spelling and punctuation was right on. It was an exciting read that held me attention right through to the end. I recommend it to any one who likes good action.

D. W. Aiken
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