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Retirement. Publishers, thank you for the many years of reading pleasure you gave me, but all good things must come to an end. Due to failing eyesight I am forced to retire. I can no longer review your books, and any that you send will be donated to the local library, unread. Do not send any more. I can only read for a couple hours every day, and this does not allow me to finish a book in reasonable time. I will be devoting time to my own books from now on, and reading on a personal level. Books that interest me. I prefer paperbacks and hardbacks, not eBooks. My eyesight has been failing the last few years, and I cannot handle hundreds of review books any more. My books are still available for review. Anyone interested in reviewing any of them, they are found in the Link to Tom’s Books On Amazon. Contact me for pdf copies at

Monday, January 22, 2018

UFOs & Nukes

SECOND EDITION—REVISED AND UPDATED: The reality of UFO incursions at American nuclear weapons facilities has been convincingly established. Hundreds of U.S. military veterans now openly discuss these ominous incidents and thousands of declassified government documents substantiate their revelations. Over the past four decades, renowned researcher Robert Hastings has interviewed more than 150 of those veterans regarding their involvement in these astounding cases. On September 27, 2010, CNN live-streamed his UFOs and Nukes press conference in Washington D.C. during which former U.S. Air Force officers described numerous nuclear missiles mysteriously malfunctioning moments after a disc-shaped craft was observed hovering near their underground launch silos. That shocking episode, in March 1967, was merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Documented UFO activity occurred at a plutonium processing plant in Washington State as early as January 1945, months prior to the atomic bombings in Japan. Another incident, in October 2010, involved one missile base in Wyoming being unable to communicate with several of its missile launch control capsules just as a huge cigar-shaped craft slowly flew over them. Significantly, documents smuggled out of Russia in the 1990s confirm that Soviet nukes were also the focus of UFO interest during the Cold War era. On one occasion, in October 1982, a number of missiles temporarily activated for launch, as terrified officers attempted to disrupt the unauthorized countdown. After 15 seconds, the anomaly terminated and the equipment returned to standby status. While this was taking place, an enormous disc silently hovered over the base. In short, the evidence presented in UFOs & Nukes makes clear that humans’ deadliest weapons have been, since their development and use during World War II, under intense scrutiny by still-unidentified observers possessing tremendously advanced technology. Given these disclosures, it seems evident that the UFO-Nukes Connection is highly significant and perhaps even the key reason these mysterious aerial craft have appeared in our skies over the past seven decades.

UFOs & Nukes (Non-Fiction)
“Second Edition”
By Robert Hastings
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN #978-1544822198
Price $34.95 (Paperback)
580 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

The author has been interviewing ex-military, and civilian personnel involved in our nuclear weapons during their tours of service, and he has amassed an incredible amount of data showing that UFOs have penetrated and interfered with our ability to maintain complete control over our weapons of mass destructions. Although there is no clear agenda to the UFO’s actions, the consensus is that they are firing a shot across our bow, telling us we’re playing with fire by continuing to maintain such a huge stockpile of nuclear weapons.

The author is also asking for more men and women to provide information if they were involved in UFO incidents around our nuclear weapons. Evidently there are many thousands of witnesses that have yet to come forward, so the full story may never be told. However, what data the author has obtained, is already incredible, and very frightening. Just reading the many statements from credible witnesses leaves the reader begging for an answer to this seven-decade mystery.

I found the book highly informative, and presented in a way as that leaves no doubt we have alien craft in our skies, whether from other worlds, or other dimensions. Although a couple chapters do rehash old subjects, such as The Condon Report and Project Blue Book, most of the material is aimed towards the subject of UFOs and Nukes, which takes the UFO investigation in a very new direction from the old material we are used to. Highly recommended.

Tom Johnson

Friday, January 19, 2018

The Power of Loneliness

The Power of Loneliness (Self-Help)
By Joy Kim
Independent Publishing Platform
Price $0.99
57 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

In this self-help book, we are introduced to Narae and a doctor discussing the problems of loneliness. Written is a fiction formula of a patient discussing a problem with her doctor, but offering a guide to help fight against loneliness. It explores how to fit in with others, so that loneliness is not a burden.

Highly recommended for those who may be suffering from the feelings of loneliness. This book will help the reader come to terms with themselves and accept their loneliness as not a problem, but a way to deal with it on a healthy plain.

Tom Johnson


Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Invisible Investigation

#1 Best-selling novel in France The Kennedy assassination is considered to be THE crime of the 20th century - a modern-day myth. Do you believe the official version, or the conspiracy theories? Whatever your opinion might be, this suspense novel will captivate you, from its opening pages to its surprising conclusion. Just try to guess what happens! Summary: Joshua Mandley finds himself entrusted with the delicate mission of carrying out a new investigation into the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, using the most modern and innovative investigative techniques. Working with Mei Wang, an expert on the JFK affair, the investigators set off in search of the truth. But there appear to be people with unknown intentions who want to hinder their work . . . From the skyscrapers of New York to the rural landscapes near Dallas, the two investigators are thrown into a remarkable hunt for clues - and risk their own lives in the process. Will they succeed, 54 years after the fact, in solving this fascinating mystery that still haunts America? About the author: Lionel Touzellier is a French author who specializes in mystery novels and thrillers. Fascinated by the Kennedy assassination, he studied it for several years before writing the Invisible Investigation.

The Invisible Investigation (Historical Fiction)
By Lionel Touzellier
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN #978-1973362579
Price $19.50 (Paperback)
Price $0.99 (Kindle)
379 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

Joshua Mandley, a nanotechnologist is brought in to use high tech to study the material left over from the crime scene of the assassination of our 35th President. Assisting him is Professor Mei Wang, a psychologist and JFK expert, among other interests. No sooner than the two are thrown in together than an unknown team of special trained men infiltrate the secured building and steal Mandley’s research. There appears to be several groups following them, and they don’t know who they can trust. The Russian SVR and American CIA are certainly in the mix, as is the FBI. But is the a mysterious group behind the ploy to uncover their investigation, or to stop their investigation? Then they meet elderly millionaire, Roy Harrison, who was present at the assassination, and maybe knows who was behind the murder. Unfortunately, he is killed before he can reveal the truth, but has left a string of clues for Mei Wang to follow, and it’s a race against time to see which group gets to the answer first. So, who was behind the assassination? Read the book and find out.

I have read many books on the assassination, and the conspiracies behind the murder of JFK, but I think this is my favorite book on the subject so far. First, the main characters capture the readers, and pull them into the story. To be truthful, the roles switch and Joshua Mandley becomes Mei Wang’s assistant not long after the story begins, as his nanotechnology is secondary to Mei Wang’s knowledge of Lee Harvey Oswald and everything about the assassination. Plus, she’s no second banana when it comes to courage. She’s a 4th degree black belt in kung fu, and though diminutive in size, she’s pretty darn tough. I was fascinated with the characters, and would love to see them in a new adventure together. Highly recommended

Tom Johnson


Saturday, January 13, 2018


AHNN (Futuristic SF/Satire)
By T.E. Mark
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN #978-1539552949
Price $11.99 (paperback)
Price $3.99 (Kindle)
232 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

“At Times It Is Hilarious”

In the early 21st century, in an effort to increase human productivity, science granted mankind wearable AI headsets. By 2o16, these early versions were cast aside and replaced with more reliable, Nano-sized, implantable devices tuned to human thought. Infants received their implants at birth. Total human connectivity was achieved in March of 2201. Governments, militaries and schools were abolished, and the world was handed over to a network of intelligent computers called AHNN. Now in the 31st century, or 9th, depending on who you talk to, AHNN has pretty much had it with running the world and has decided to give it back. This is AHNN’s story.

In 2014 mankind was on the brink of higher technology. With the advancement of computer technology, we soon created and inserted the Augmented Human Neural Network into our brains, so that all data and information was at a mere thought. AHNN was rocketed into space as satellites, forever available, and for a thousand years AHNN was mankind’s god. You see, AHNN decided that man was not able to control his own destinies since he always wanted to go to war and kill each other. So the easy thing was for AHNN to control mankind. He had them procreate until they became one race. No money was needed, as everything was supplied that was needed. The police became guides – or helpers, since crime was eliminated. Man did not have to think for himself, AHNN did that for him, and since man wanted a god, AHNN became their god, too. But now, in the 31st Century, AHNN felt that mankind was too quiet. AHNN wanted to shake things up a bit, so slowly AHNN began disconnecting certain individuals to make them think on their own.

We follow five such individuals in Seattle: Bert, Lisa, Joy, Vin, and Kirk. They start searching for answers. No longer connected to other minds, they have to learn to speak again. Meanwhile Captain Rudy Glick takes over command of the Seattle TSAP (police), and his two detectives, Lt. Ellis Travers and Lt. Amy Rip, are assigned to investigate the strange behavior of some of the people and find out what is going on. And all across the world AHNN continues to disconnect others, slowly.

Written as a satire, the author has fun with this futuristic science fiction yarn about a highly advanced society suddenly turned on their heels, and must learn all over again. Plus, discover how the world ended up the way it did in the first place, and that’s not an easy task since everything beyond one thousand years is prehistory with no records available through AHNN. Their god is surely up there in the sky laughing at the problems his creation is now facing, and they want to blow him up – at least blow up AHNN’s guarded Earth-based facilities. Here it is the 31st Century and the disconnected are reliving the 1960s, trying to act like hippies and rebels, and don’t know how to go about it. At times it is hilarious. You can tell the author is having fun, and the reader can’t help but laugh at their antics. Highly recommended.

Tom Johnson


Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Mission: Tehran

1978. Iran is in ferment and the British Intelligence Service wants Tana Standish’s assessment. It appears that CIA agents are painting too rosy a picture, perhaps because they’re colluding with the state torturers… Allegiances and loyalties are strained as Tana’s mission becomes deadly and personal. Old friends are snatched, tortured and killed by SAVAK, the Shah’s secret police. She has to use all her skills as a secret agent and psychic to stay one step ahead of the oppressors and traitors.
As the country stumbles towards the Islamic Revolution, the Shah’s grip on power weakens. There’s real concern for the MI6 listening post near the Afghan border. Only Tana Standish is available to investigate; yet it’s possible she could be walking into a trap, as the deadly female Spetsnaz fighter Aksakov has been sent to abduct Tana. Meanwhile, in Kazakhstan, the sympathetic Yakunin, the psychic spy tracking Tana, is being side-lined by a killer psychic, capable of weakening Tana at the critical moment in combat with Aksakov. Can Yakunin save Tana without being discovered?
In the troubled streets of Iran’s ancient cities and amidst the frozen wastes on the Afghan border, Tana makes new friends and new enemies...

Mission: Tehran: (Thriller)
Tana Standish #2
By Nik Morton
Manatee Books
ISBN # 978-1544028521
Price $10.75 (Paperback)
Price $3.50 (Kindle)
285 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

“Topnotch British Spy Series”

Tana Standish is in Tehran working with some revolutionary women while monitoring the tense situation. The people are tired of the Shah’s rule, plus we see the Shah’s secret police arresting and torturing their own people. The CIA station chief is working hand-in-glove with the secret police, and stealing Iran’s treasure, so Tana can expect no help from him with her co-workers are arrested and tortured. She is also watching the Afghanistan and Iran border for Russian troop movement. Meanwhile, the Russian psychics are homing in on Tana while leading their Spetsnaz assassin after her.

We watch as America loses control on their hold of Iran when the Shah’s is deposed and forced to leave, while the revolution brings in their religious leader and a new regime of terror.

Although I read books 3 & 2 out of order, it didn’t matter, as each book is a standalone entity, although some things are revealed ahead of time in this case. Still, the reader is pulled into the story and nothing else matters. I was hard put to remember who was who in this tale, with so many names involved, not knowing the difference in female and male names, and keeping up with everyone. The author weaves his story around real events that were happening in 1978 in Russia, Iran, and Afghanistan. This is a top British spy series, and highly recommended.

Tom Johnson