P.G. Baumstarck

P.G. Baumstarck started out as an electrical engineer until he decided he didn’t like electricity and so became a software engineer instead. He has read most famous science fiction novels and he strongly contends that 1984 is the best SF novel ever written.

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Fifty years after first contact, Earth has entered a golden age of technology and space exploration … Until a singularity erupts and a rogue AI destroys a capital city. Now the Earth is mired in depression, and humanity is distrustful of technology and suspicious of its alien allies.

In the broken state of Norway, Colonel Hanssen must protect his city–state from corporate armies and cartels. In space, Admiral Willoch observes the arrival of a mysterious alien threat that begins blockading Earth’s shipping routes. And in London, Agent Townsend is tasked with investigating evidence that these aliens may have already infiltrated the planet with spies. And as the threads of their stories converge, they realize that everything the aliens have told them about their place in the universe may have been a lie.
The Blue Marble is the conclusion of the story begun in Jagged Edge Horizon.

The alien invasion of the system has finally come and a single day will end with humanity either triumphant or destroyed. The alien fleet begins diving for the planets, and Admiral Willoch and Earth’s navies are dispatched to stop them. The humans are outnumbered but the situation still seems to be in their favor—until the alien spies’ plan comes to fruition. What Willoch, Townsend, and Hanssen have all overlooked is the secret in Oslo that instantly turns the tide in the invaders’ favor. Now humanity is doomed, and the only chance for victory lays in a last-ditch effort that they may have discovered too late as the clock ticks away …
Far from Paradise is the continuation of the story begun in Jagged Edge Horizon.

Colonel Hanssen and the Norwegians have emerged victorious in their war with the corporate army, but it has brought them troubling revelations about Oslo and the truth behind the Singularity. And when the corporate army returns to garrison their base in the ruined city, it seems that the entire war was just a distraction meant to buy them time for their true aims.

Admiral Willoch has ordered a force of human ships to confront the alien blockade, but the enemy fleet turns out to be much larger and more deadly than expected. This fleet was never meant to establish a simple blockade but to conduct an outright invasion of the system.

And Agent Townsend continues his investigation of the alien spies on Earth, but learning that their fleet plans to invade throws everything into question. Now they must quickly discover the aliens’ true purpose, otherwise the invasion will play out exactly as the enemy wants.
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