S P Whitehead
S P Whitehead was born in Adelaide, Australia, in 1970, and moved with his parents to Darwin in the Northern Territory in 1976. There he finished Year 12 at school, matriculating in 1987. After a year at University in a Bachelor Of Business degree, he left to work as a Computing Assistant for the Northern Territory Government, and from there went commercial fishing for a few years, living on a beach near Finniss River, and again at Croker Island, off the coast of Arnhem Land.
Moving to Palmerston NT in 1993, he worked at various administrative jobs, fruit picking, Web Designer and Internet Consultant, and some labouring jobs.
Gaining advertising income from online discussion forums he built (www.moncom.net), it was then that he began to write on a regular basis. He self-published ‘The Inhuman Condition’ in 2007.
He continues to moderate his online forums daily, which now attract millions of visitors each year. He continues to write daily, between riding his motorcycle about, going fishing, and creating new websites. And at the beginning of each wet-season he can be found picking mangoes somewhere south of Darwin, in the Northern Territory.
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The Inhuman Condition
by S P Whitehead
When a beacon was detected in a distant solar system Gerry Handley assumed that an automated probe had malfunctioned. There would be a simple explanation, definitely human involvement.
However, there was something else. Events Gerry and his crew could not explain. Something that would strip him of his old life forever. A discovery that would make him dangerous.
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