Overseer

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
From the biblical desert of Qumran, to the offices of the British Secret Service. From the terror of the Middle East to the sunshine of Florida, a story unfolds that lays bare the future of the world.
This book introduces the Overseer. An extraordinary man, armed only with the hidden powers of his mind. Powers that one day, if he can keep the secret of mankind’s destiny, may evolve to you and me. More
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About Richard Cudlow

I'm 5 foot 10, well nourished and with a happy disposition (life's too short to waste with regrets and melancholy). I have recently moved from South Wales to the Gold Coast in Australia and hope to travel extensively in the future.
I served for twelve years in the Royal Air Force and since demob, in 1972, was employed in insurance, retail and the building industry.
I have always been interested in history and enjoy many of the programmes from the History channel. My reading tastes are varied, relishing stories from Dickens and Mark Twain to Lee Child and Frederick Forsyth. My musical tastes are very middle of the road with my favourite musical decades being the forties and fifties. Besides writing ( I'm never happier than when composing stories), my main hobbies comprise DIY and computers.
My website says a lot more about me and where I come from. We have traced the family tree back to 498, within living memory of Roman Britain...take a look and see how we did it...All is revealed at www.rcudlow.com

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Reviews of Overseer by Richard Cudlow

Martin Clements reviewed on April 5, 2011

Before buying this book I visited its website and was intrigued by what I found. Well, I'm pleased to say that the book didn't disappoint. If this book was in print I would happily give it as a present. A good page turning story has been cleverly combined with ancient mysteries and the science that backs them up. I would recommend this novel for the story, that gives a new slant on recent world events, and the connections to the past. I can't wait for the sequel.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
stephen roberts reviewed on April 3, 2011

In this book the author has succeeded in conveying believable characters in a modern story featuring actual events, together with a credible explanation for the way things turned out. After reading this book I felt that I was able to question a great many things that I had previously been taught as given "scientific truths". The author introduces us to science that has been hidden by the 'establishment'. Science that means we can take nothing at face value. The story takes the reader on a journey of scientific discovery, espionage and exploration around the world. A good page turner with a great many surprises - think Dan Brown meets Ian Fleming with a healthy dose of Sir Patrick Moore... 5 stars
(reviewed 86 days after purchase)
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