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   Temporal Armageddon, by Anthony J. Pultrone  
 
  Novel, first publication in December 2002
 
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      Three years ago, an experimental biological warfare agent was stolen from a top-secret laboratory on large moon in a star system at the edge of the galaxy. The secluded city surrounding the weapons facility was destroyed, and the perpetrators escape – never to be seen or heard from again.

    Now, while investigating the mysterious radiation outbursts emanating from a large black hole, Captain John Holland and his small team of scientific and technology experts discover a wormhole, held open by a matrix of exotic subatomic-like matter. Further investigation reveals that the wormhole is a pathway to a different galaxy – a galaxy that hosts an inimitable race of hostile creatures bent on supreme domination. Things take a turn for the worst when one of the alien leaders arrives unexpectedly on board Holland’s deep space research station and begins methodically slaughtering his crew looking for the antidote to the lethal biological weapon. The attacks seem to make little sense – until Holland discovers the true identity of his enemy.

     
     
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  • Aliens - Extra-terrestrials
  • Medical SF - Medics - Medicine - Doctors - Healers
  • War

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