The adventures of JOHN STORM and the SOLAR NAVIGATOR


CYBER WARS - SPLICE  © by Jameson Hunter

An evil masterplan is thwarted in return for the cure of the century





Cyber Wars - Swastika and eagle Nazi emblem





1945: Adolf Hitler refused to accept defeat in the face of the advancing allied forces. He'd tried the V1 flying bomb and V2 rocket as super weapons to crush Germany's enemies, but he failed to deliver the nuclear strikes that would have changed history. He had lost the battle in Europe, but he had a plan up his sleeve for world supremacy that the allies could not possibly foresee.


Over 70 years will pass before Hitler's terrible scheme begins to see results.


Present day: John Storm is alerted to a series of human DNA related thefts in different countries around the world by his reporter friends Steve Green and Charlie Temple. The Solar Navigator is then attacked by Somalian pirates who have been commissioned to steal John's DNA collection. Charlie calls for assistance on a story she is covering, mentioning a 20th century world domination issue that seems to have come back to life, apparently linked to the DNA thefts, the Columbian drug cartels and the 2nd World War Nazi quest for super humans. The Solar Navigator speeds across the Atlantic ocean towards the Amazon and Charley, curiosity having got the better of John and Dan ........




Deep in the Amazon rainforest Charlie is in trouble taken hostage. John and Dan mount a rescue, in the process discovering the extent of the Nazi experiments and the uses planned. John discovers that enhancements are quite an advantage, or a means to level the playing field.




The master plan may have started out as an evil quest to rule the world but from the ashes it seems that the scientists have found a cure for abnormal cell division. Having foiled the dastardly plan, our adventurers return home to a heroes welcome.




    Cyber Wars alternative skull book cover        Cyber Wars: Hitler's dream for a master race nearly becomes a reality


Alternative book covers - which do you prefer?



Adolf Hitler's 4th Reich by the back door. A John Storm novel by Jameson Hunter    Cyber Wars human clone book cover    Cyber Wars book cover draft




Not every battle takes place over rugged terrain, on the open sea or even in the air. Today, you'll find some of the fiercest fighting going on between computer networks without bullets and bombs. The warriors in these confrontations use bits and bytes. But don't think that digital weaponry doesn't result in real world consequences. Nothing could be further from the truth. Cyber Warring is about to be shoved into another gear, as computers are spliced with humans.  


Cyber warfare is a serious concern. Unlike traditional warfare, which requires massive amounts of resources such as personnel, weapons and equipment, cyber warfare only needs someone with the right knowledge and equipment to wreak havoc. The enemy could be anywhere - even within the victim nation's own borders. Another frightening aspect of cyber warfare is that a cyber attack can come as part of a coordinated assault on a nation or it could just be by infiltration. By the time a target figures out the nature of the attack it may be too late. Most nations are wholly unprepared to deal with cyber attacks. With that in mind, the question isn't: will there be a cyberwar - it is when will there be one?








Cyber Espionage and Hacking: The story could delve into the world of cyber warfare, where skilled hackers manipulate critical infrastructure, disrupt communication networks, and infiltrate government systems. Visualize scenes of hackers working in dimly lit rooms, typing furiously as they breach firewalls and gain access to classified information. Political Intrigue and Betrayal: Illustrate the tension between political leaders who are unaware of the impending disaster and the hidden militants within their ranks. Show clandestine meetings, coded messages, and double agents working to destabilize governments. Consider creating striking visuals of politicians in shadowy corridors, whispering secrets. Nuclear Countdown: As the plot unfolds, depict the countdown to nuclear launch sequences. Show military personnel in control rooms, their faces etched with anxiety, as they grapple with the weight of their decisions. Use contrasting colors to convey the urgency and gravity of the situation. Global Panic and Chaos: Once the nuclear holocaust begins, illustrate chaos on a global scale. Cities in flames, panicked crowds, and desperate attempts at evacuation. Use dynamic compositions to capture the intensity of the moment—people running, sirens blaring, and mushroom clouds rising. John Storm’s Quest: Introduce your protagonist, John Storm, as a reluctant hero who stumbles upon the conspiracy. Illustrate his journey—from uncovering clues to confronting the militants. Show his internal struggle as he grapples with the enormity of the threat and the sacrifices he must make.







520,30’N, 13,000W


April the 20th 1889 was just another day in the annals of human history save for the birth of Adolf Hitler at Brauna am Inn, Austria. Fifty-six years later in Berlin, the European phase of the 2nd World War was drawing to a close. On the 30th of April 1945, Hitler was facing imminent defeat as the Soviet army to the north east and US troops from the south west closed on Berlin. Hitler had two choices: escape to exile, as many of his colleagues had done, or arrange to plant the seeds of the 4th Reich, where the 3rd Reich was doomed. It was to be a high stakes decision and exile would serve no useful purpose.  

Nobody would guess what was up his sleeve and all traces of his research had been eliminated. Provided that the allies believed the 3rd Reich had capitulated, that would be that. Thus, in a final defiant gesture for his ultimate cause, Adolf played his last cards. He gambled with his life, deciding to draw venom from the advancing armies and deflect subsequent investigations which might prevent the final objective of Aryan supremacy. Hitler issued his last orders from the Chancellery underground complex, setting himself up as a pawn in what he saw as a noble cause to confuse allied strategists. With Soviet troops just half a mile away he instructed a loyal aide to execute his final commands.  

“Ya, Lotti Hess unt Hedweg Koch. Ya, to Bogota, unt Manaus, unt set them up vith our doctor missionaries for adoption. They will keep our research secret unt vait for the right time to begin a new order.”  

The missionaries of course were their newly exiled commanders. Lotti and Hedweg were just children, but they were gifted and plainly immersed in medical science. Moreover they’d been indoctrinated and sworn to uphold Nazi ideals and pledged allegiance to Adolf Hitler personally while in the Hitl er Youth.

“Ve vill entrust our dowry to them for the greater glory. Make der arrangements for der Heinkel 111 Ernst has converted for our mission.”  

“Yes my Führer, it is done.”  

“See to it personally, ya, unt vhen you hear my signal, dispose of our bodies clumsily, so they will be identified?”  

“Yes my Führer, is that absolutely necessary?”  

Hitler shouted back his eyes hardly constrained in their sockets: “It is imperative, I command you,” waving his head from side to side and gesturing with his arms wildly.  

“My leader, I will obey your command,” said his trembling aide.  

Twenty minutes later the unmistakable sound of a 9mm Luger pistol came from the Chancellery bunker. Hitler had taken his own life. His faithful wife Eva took a cyanide capsule. On hearing the signal, the young aide carried the corpses of Hitler and Eva to the garden, poured petrol onto them and struck a match. The pyre erupted with a whoosh singeing the aide’s eyebrows. He watched with mixed emotions as the fire consumed the Chancellor’s flesh.  

On Hitler’s orders, Admiral Dönitz assumed command of German forces and presidency of the Reich in May 1945. His instructions were to capitulate to save his troops from Soviet hands. In 1946 he was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by the International Military Tribunal at Nürnberg. Alfred Rosenberg and nine others were hanged in October 1946. Rudolf Hess and others were sentenced to life.  

While this political distraction was in play, the seeds of the 4th Reich were being sewn in the Jungles of South America. Heinkel’s long range adaptation of the HE 111 bomber aircraft had successfully delivered its cargo. The allies knew that many party members had escaped their clutches, but had no idea of the plan that was afoot. Hitler’s ideology had been plucked from the ruins of defeat. That idealism was nothing new of course. Eugenics; the science of breeding humans, was described by the British naturalist Francis Galton in 1909 as: the “study of agencies, under social control, which may improve or impair” future generations.





Adolf Hiter, The Fuehrer



Evil genius - Adolf Hitler















BERLIN - Nazi’s escape to S America


Adolf Hitler, Bunker





Robbery BBC news



SOMALIA - Horn of Africa


Pirates attempted hijack Solarnavigator



AUSTRALIA - Laser cannon


Flashback Batcave



CAIRO - Museum of Antiquities


Mummy theft



TANZANIA - Rift Valley archaeological dig


Flashback Storm's obsessive hobby



NASA - Tracks 40 mph running man


High security meeting DARPA



GENEVA - DNA splicing


Klaus Kolreuter’s genome laboratory  



ROME -  Via Del Corso: INCUBUS automatic cloning


Franco Francisco is propositioned, Rome



CALIFORNIA - NANOCOM supercomputers


Wrist device with mobile comms



GENEVA - International Human Research Society


Theft of software from IHRS  





Auction of Nanocom device, California



PANAMA Youtube 30mph running man


Trinidad: Sam Hollis & Majorie Boyle





Platoon battle sequence, warlords v cops





Discovery athletes are identical clones



ATLANTIC DASH - speedy voyage


Charley T. discussion Frankenstein





Woo Suk Hwang, cloning master criminal  



REGENERATION Human cell division


Age repair kit Choy Wong Nobel prize  





Rescue Charley Temple



MANAUS -  Espionage


Storm picked up by FBI / MI6





The team discover technology extent





Infiltration key personnel










Stake out





Arrests of crooked politicians



CYBERCORE analysis


DNA supercure WHO





John & crew receive commendations 



World Health Organisation


On eugenics & Adolf Hitler








Adolf Hitler Youtube














John Storm





Dan Hawk


Electronics Wizard



George Franks


Solicitor based in Sydney



Sam Hollis


Reporter/editor Trinidad Bugle



Steve Green


Freelance Reporter



Charley Temple





Majorie Boyle


Back packer



Jill Bird


BBC Newsnight Presenter



Tom Hudson


Sky News Editor



Dick Ward





Inspector Harry Hall


Scotland Yard's finest, Chief Inspector



Sally Swift


Ch Insp's personal assistant



Nick Johnson


Justice Minister



Rodney Dunbar


Army major



Jack Mason


FBI director international liason



Brian Bassett


Editor the Independent 



Jack Hawkins


Royal Navy Captain (Surefire)



Kit Kattand


Interpol forensic scientist (French)



Will Bates


Nano communications engineer



Gerry Stokoe


Consultant brain surgeon



Hugo Schwartz


Director DARPA cybernetic organisms



Franco Francisco


Spanish inventor INCUBUS



Klaus von Kolreuter


Scientist dedicated to mapping human genome



Choy Song


Fugitive Korean clone & stem cell expert



Gunter Koenig


South American cartel mastermind (Nazi)



Roberto Ferrara


Acquisitions agent for Columbian cartel



Esteban Sanchez


Columbian drug baron



Manuel Quinn


Columbian thug



Boris Hess


Congo cartel mastermind (Nazi)











CYBER WARS (CYBERCORE) Copyright © Jameson Hunter 2008 and 2024.


The right of Jameson Hunter to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in accordance with section 77 and 78 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.


In this work of fiction, the characters, places and events are either the product of the author’s imagination or they are used entirely fictitiously.

 This book is sold subject to the conditions that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out or otherwise circulated in any form of binding or cover other than that which it it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser.


Set in 10/11pt Palatino by

Electrick Publications, London, England.




Papers used by Electrick’s Publishers are natural, recyclable products made from wood grown in sustainable forests. The manufacturing processes conform to the environmental regulations of the country of origin.




Gregory Garcia, US department of homeland security



The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is a cabinet department of the United States federal government, created in response to the September 11 attacks, and with the primary responsibilities of protecting the United States and its territories (including protectorates) from and responding to terrorist attacks, man-made accidents, and natural disasters. The Department of Homeland Security, and not the United States Department of the Interior, is equivalent to the Interior ministries of other countries. In fiscal year 2011, DHS was allocated a budget of $98.8 billion and spent, net, $66.4 billion.

Where the Department of Defense is charged with military actions abroad, the Department of Homeland Security works in the civilian sphere to protect the United States within, at, and outside its borders. Its stated goal is to prepare for, prevent, and respond to domestic emergencies, particularly terrorism. With more than 200,000 employees, DHS is the third largest Cabinet department, after the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs. Homeland security policy is coordinated at the White House by the Homeland Security Council. Other agencies with significant homeland security responsibilities include the Departments of Health and Human Services, Justice, and Energy.








Jeffrey Archer - Kane & Abel

Isaac Asimov - I Robot

Peter Benchley - Jaws

Enid Blyton - The Famous Five

Charlotte Bronte - Wuthering Heights

Dan Brown - The Da Vinci Code

Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights

Edgar Rice Burroughs - Tarzan

Lee Child - One Shot

Agatha Christie - Murder on the Nile

Tom Clancy - The Hunt for Red October

Arthur C Clarke - Space Odyssey

Michael Connelly - The Lincoln Lawyer

Michael Crichton - Jurassic Park

Clive Cussler - Raise the Titanic

Daniel Dafoe - Robinson Crusoe

Roald Dahl - The Big Friendly Giant

Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist

Arthur Conan Doyle - Sherlock Homes



Alexander Dumas - Count Monte Christo

Ian Flemming - James Bond

John Grisham - The Pelican Brief

Charlaine Harris - Dead Until Dark

Stephen Hawking A Brief History of Time

Ernest Hemingway Old Man and the Sea

Amanda Hocking - My Blood Approves

Jameson Hunter - $Billion Dollar Whale

Stephen King - The Thing

Rudyard Kipling - The Jungle Book

Stieg Larson - Girl with Dragon Tattoo

D H Lawrence - Women in Love 

C S Lewis - The Chronicles of Narnia

Jack London The Sea Wolf

Robert Ludlum - Bourne Identity

Ian McEwan - Atonement

Alistair McLean - Bear Island

Herman Melville - Moby Dick

Kyotaro Nishimura - Terminal Murder Case



George Orwell - 1984

Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Arthur Ransome - Swallows & Amazons

Nora Roberts - Sweet Revenge

Harold Robbins The Carpetbaggers

J K Rowling - Harry Potter

William Shakespeare - Romeo & Juliet

Sidney Sheldon - The Naked Face 

Mary Shelley - Frankenstein

Wilbur Smith Shout at the Devil

Bram Stoker - Dracula

Robert Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island

Mark Twain Adventures Huckleberry Finn

Jules Verne - 20,000 Leagues U Sea

Edgar Wallace - King Kong 

H G Wells - War of the Worlds

Oscar Wilde - Picture of Dorian Gray

Virginia Woolf - To the Lighthouse






Blueplanet Universal Holdings are looking for graphic artists, inkers and colourists to help them develop the John Storm adventure series into fully fledged graphic novels: to be printed and distributed traditionally and, if the technology permits, for download to be read on an ipad or Kindle reader. Why not take a look at the John Storm graphic novel link below to see an example chapter from the first of Jameson Hunter's books: Kulo Luna




Cyber Wars - Swastika and eagle Nazi emblem



We are looking for a scriptwriter and director to help turn this semi-military marine adventure into a 3D film, as part of the John Storm franchise. If you might be interested in such a project please contact Blueplanet Universal Productions.








Anita Blake - Guilty Pleasures


Captain America


John Storm - Kulo Luna







The Incredible Hulk



The Fantastic Four

The Green Lantern

Tin Tin


X Men






Berlin, Germany Google Maps




This website is Copyright © 1999 & 2024  Electrick Publications & Blueplanet Netdirect Productions. 

The bird logo and name Solar Navigator are trademarks. All rights reserved.  Max Energy Limited is an educational charity working hard for world peace.