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It all ended after World War Two. Or so it was thought. While medical and physiological experimentation on humans was repugnant and against all sensibilities, it remained valuable and above all highly profitable. Just simply believing something had gone away was good enough for most. Not for Milo Moon and Mary Seaton, who became proof of an international conspiracy to hide ...more
Paperback, 316 pages
Published April 20th 2010 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published March 18th 2010)
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Natalie
Feb 12, 2011 Natalie rated it it was amazing
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Yes, I loved it... Not only because of Micheline ;-)
Very well written and fun to think about. My husband and I are trying to figure who else we might recognize... We will keep You posted. As I said before on an other review, I love books that start in one direction and end in an other than expected. Derek Haines has now definitively become one of the favorite persons to inhabit my Adamsy-pythonesque little universe.
Tracy Kuhn
Jan 01, 2011 Tracy Kuhn rated it it was amazing
Milo Moon has something for everyone. There's a conspiracy theory, suspense, political intrigue, a little bit of romance and above all some really good story telling. The Swiss government are faced with a dilemma when a police officer unearths a shocking secret upon meeting Milo Moon and Mary Seaton. Derek Haines carries you through the story with ease and has a great knack of building suspense, I found it quite hard to put the book down at times. He writes in a way that makes you care about wha ...more
Mary
Feb 27, 2011 Mary rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Milo Moon by, Derek Haines

Derek Haines book, Milo Moon, is a story that has a ring of familiarity. It touches on the sci-fi with a hint of political suspense. The author’s strength is the fun he has creating his characters. Any reader will enjoy the adventures of Milo and Mary, which is the compelling reason to finish the book.
The prose and dialogue are simple which makes for an easy read. There are a few occurrences which automatically categorize the book for adults. Without these scenes Milo M
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Jens Kuhn
Jan 01, 2011 Jens Kuhn rated it really liked it
Not usually in the genre I use to read, this book was a pleasant surprise. The story starts a little science-fictionish, but soon develops into a political thriller that kept me hooked all the way through. It is well written in an easily flowing prose with lots of enjoyable dialogue.
An extra plus for naming someone Carruthers in an espionage context.
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Derek Haines is an author of quite a number of books, however, he spends most of his time blogging, making technology go horribly wrong, and being a rather senior ESL English teacher.

Born in Australia, but now living in Switzerland with his wife and his black Cocker Spaniel, he passes many hours, trying to make technology work again, after inadvertently breaking it. It's a painful process, yet it’
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