Michael Goulding writes romantic adventure stories, thrillers and speculative fiction. Three of which featured Connor Tremayne – who formerly worked for the Curia inside the Vatican and is a sworn member of a clandestine Organization dedicated to removing corruption and oppression world-wide by any and all means.
His first novel, “Legacy Of The Sphinx”, featured the age-old mystery surrounding Moses, the Ark of the Covenant and its disappearance following the reign of Solomon. The book and its sequel, “Angel Of Death” both remained in the top 100 romantic thrillers on Kindle for over three years, and have now been revised and republished.
Central to the plot of his latest book: “Beneath the Pyramids” is the speculation that we were visited in the long distant past by a species foreign to Earth, which manipulated our genes to produce the first hominids before leaving a message for us to collect, if ever our evolution became sufficiently developed to enable us to find and read it.
The story embodies the latest scientific research regarding the origin and possible purpose of the Pyramids, and recently discovered, strictly factual science relating to the structure of matter, reality and our perception of it. And one of his ongoing concerns is that of our future survival – about which Steven Hawking recently suggested we need to leave this planet before the end of the century if we are to continue to exist.
A fuller description is contained in the forward. Part of it reads -
“What mysteries lie in wait for us to discover beneath the Pyramids and the Great Sphinx we do not know. Nor do we know the original purpose of these great monuments including how they were built and who built them. For this reason, the theme of the story is necessarily a speculative one . . .
The story also reflects the problems and dilemma faced by modern-day Israel, told through the eyes of the leading characters, Connor Tremayne and Rebecca Diamond, a war widow and a leading member of the Israeli Parliament based in the Knesset, with whom he falls in love.”