Born May 8th 1972, S. M. Deeming attributes his love of science fiction, in part, to a certain film released in the summer of 1977 and Arthur C. Clarke’s A Space Odyssey (2001). Married with two young children, in his limited spare time he enjoys indulging his passion for all things science fiction and fact, as well as watching 'classic' sci-fi films, and filling his home with numerous space craft models. His other pastimes include watching classic motor sport and a love of Victorian engineering. He currently lives in Sutton-Coldfield.
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The best kept secret of the Second World
War has evolved into the secret of the new
millennium.A secret that nearly gave Hitler the victory he craved, and even
the combined might of America and the Soviet Union dared not face the
consequence of it without allies.Now part of that secret threatens the very future of mankind.The Squadron must be ready, even if the human race isn't.
Me 290 immerses the reader into the realm of ‘The Programme’; a clandestine experiment originally devised by Nazi engineers towards the end of World War Two after a chance happening that would've altered the course of history.The novel explores the possibility that a chance happening nearly handed Hitler the hardware to deliver the victory he craved.
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