The Hiroshima Agenda:

The Hiroshima Agenda:

by Robert Clemons


Publisher Robert Clemons

Published in Mystery & Thrillers/Mystery, Science Fiction & Fantasy/Fantasy, Mystery & Thrillers, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction

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Book Description


An experimental time machine from the 22nd century becomes stranded in 1947. NSA has it, but can’t enter it. They discover there’s a time traveler who has been searching for it for decades. In 1969, a young ASA soldier, with "special" gifts finds the traveler in Saigon. They gain access to the machine. He learns a related secret, hidden by NSA since World War II, that may destroy the human race. Is this true, or fiction? Don't make up your mind until you've read, The Hiroshima Agenda. It may be that some of the social upheaval in our world today can be explained by this "novel."

Sample Chapter


November 3rd, 1969

Sophie was sure Okida was dead. Masaki, Fukashi, and M were still dazed and on the floor. She was trying to stop the blood gushing out of Jim’s abdomen as Jason struggled to get the gun away from Thompson. The TMD was counting down. When the countdown concluded its programming mode would be complete, and it would initiate the teleportation sequence. Taking only eight minutes at the speed of light they would travel the 93 million miles to the sun and instant death. The Controllers would succeed in destroying time travel and retaining their power grip on the world.

“Jim . . . Jim, stay with me,” she was shouting and putting all the pressure she could on the wound as she straddled his motionless body. She could see his eyes telling her that her efforts were pointless—that she needed to let him go, but she shouted all the more to hold on as the tears streamed down her face. With the last of his energy he mouthed silently, “It’s okay,” and at that second his lungs released his last breath.

She had totally lost track of the drama going on all around her until Thompson’s gun went off again. She jerked her head around just in time to see the spray of blood, Jason’s body staggering back with the force of the bullet, and falling to the floor. Everything she was experiencing seemed to be happening in slow motion. As Thompson pointed his pistol at her head, she thought in perfect clarity, as though it were a revelation from God: “His is the face of pure evil.” Then her mind moved to how much she loved her mother. She heard the computer’s voice counting 39…38…37 and she knew that in less than nine minutes her body would materialize in the sun, and in that instant be vaporized. She wondered what sort of lies NSA would tell her family about how she died.


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Author Profile

Robert Clemons

Robert Clemons

Robert Clemons was educated at George Mason University (BA) and Marquette University (MA). He served 27 years in the military, retiring as Lt Col in 2009. He has written professionally throughout his career. The Hiroshima Agenda, published in 2015, is his first published novel. Great Reviews: For instance, from Jack H. - I've seen quite a few episodes in some of my favorite TV series (Star Trek TOS / VGR / DS9 / TNG; Stargate SG-1 / Atlantis / Universe) to recognize and understand what author Robert Clemons is talking about in his excellent book, "The Hiroshima Agenda". Time travel and the multiverse, free-will and predestination - interesting, somewhat familiar, and thought-provoking. It's a book I could hardly put down and read it easily in just this last week. And having been a United Methodist pastor for 9 years, the theological turns the book took were unexpected in a sci-fi novel but very relatable, very enjoyable and, again, thought-provoking. "Does the NSA have a working time machine?" I'd never before considered the possibility. But the way Mr. Clemons describes it and writes about it in "The Hiroshima Agenda"? Why not? :-)

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