Who would believe that international terrorists had targeted a pensioner living in Haslemere, inserting a microchip into the back of her head and cameras into her eyes, in order to attempt to manipulate her for their own purposes? That the terrorists were able to make money by focusing their attacks on elderly people living in nursing homes, with their need for costly knee and hip-replacement operations? Or that this pensioner had then learnt how to fight the terrorists, using telepathy, and that she had then been responsible for killing more than eight thousand of them, thus making a centrally important contribution to national security? In this incredible book, Martha Twine provides detailed and documented evidence for these extraordinary claims and more. By the time you have finished reading Terror in Britain, you may find yourself convinced, or, alternatively, still sceptical - but you will most certainly have been disturbed.
ISBN : 978-1-78830-166-4
Pages : 311
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Martha Twine was born in London in 1948. She moved to Surrey in 1956. Educated at Guildford County School, she worked for over forty years in the public sector, mainly in London and the North East, during which time she gained an accountancy qualification and worked in finance. She is now retired and lives in Haslemere, where she enjoys gardening and singing in local choirs.