Noel Twyman has written several  books about United States national security, politics, and intelligence:  The first, Bloody Treason, is non-fiction true crime about the assassination of John F. Kennedy.  The second, Deadly Secret, is a futuristic novel about a cruise missile attack against the United States.  The third, Meltdown 2017, is a futuristic novel about a national security crisis after a melt-down of the United States economy.  The fourth, Illusion and Denial, is a study of how and why the assassination of JFK was covered up by the U.S. government.

Twyman founded two successful companies in  energy systems  and aerospace test facilities.  He was a U.S. Naval officer, worked for an international engineering and construction corporation as a systems engineer in central station power plants, and also for aerospace companies in rocket and missile engineering. 

Twyman has an engineering degree from Stevens Institute of Technology and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University.  He now lives in San Diego, CA with his wife, Darleen.
"Something very exciting has come to the JFK research community.  Noel Twyman has made his book, Bloody Treason, available as an E-book on MobiPocket for PCs,  Amazon Kindle, the MAC and the Apple I-Pad."  Debra Conway, JFK Lancer
Published by Laurel Mystery Books
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Bloody Treason
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Deadly Secret
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Meltdown 2017
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Illusion & Denial
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