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MAY 7, 2013

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Alien in the House

Alien In the House can be pre-ordered currently from Amazon.

Cover Artist: Daniel Dos Santos

Now for the Back cover details!!!!

Jeff and Kitty Katt-Martini have learned the ins and outs of Washington politics, not to mention how to prevail in intergalactic war and foil dangerous plots. But, in the aftermath of Operation Destruction, the Gower girls’ powers are burned out, the entire A-C population has been “outed” as the aliens living on Earth that they are, and, worst of all, ACE is nowhere to be found.

Then murder and mayhem are served up at an important dinner party at the American Centaurion Embassy, and when the dust settles Alpha Team and the Diplomatic Corps have more problems than just a dead Congressman.
Is there a single criminal mastermind—or multiple enemies—behind all the conspiracies that want Kitty dead and the A-Cs gone or co-opted to become the War Division?

The return of the best assassins in the business, the reappearance of two
individuals long-presumed dead, Agent Malcolm Buchanan felled by something
no one can identify or cure, and new technology that can block even the most
powerful empath on Earth … all of this means the game’s officially afoot.
Then Vance Beaumont comes to Kitty with a wild theory that someone is systematically killing off the House of Representatives…

It’s up to Kitty and the rest of the gang to find out what’s really going on and why. But will they be able to stop the killer or killers before the rest of the U.S. House of Representatives become casualties? And will the replacement Representative for New Mexico’s 2nd District, who happens to be Jeff Martini, be the next to die?   ~  Courtesy of Gini Koch



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Kris Neri’s Magical Alienation is a Magical Success

Magical Alienation

By: Kris Neri

Copyright November 2011

Publisher: Red Coyote Press

When fake psychic Samantha Brennan heads to Sedona, Arizona, as the spiritual adviser of the aging bad boy of rock, Rand Riker — she never expects to uncover the most shocking secret the government has kept for the last sixty years: the truth about the being in the spaceship that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.

But questions abound in Sedona in the days leading up to an awesome harmonic convergence, which sends Sedona’s mysterious energy off the charts. Such as why Rand defends the most reviled man in the country, militia guru Normal Frankly, accused to trying to kill Arizona’s charismatic senator, Kenny Campbell. Or why Kenny’s real definition of family values doesn’t jibe with what he claims in the photo ops. Even Samantha’s favorite partner in crime, goddess-in-hiding Special Agent Annabelle Haggerty of the FBI wrestles with the most destructive paradox of her life.

With gods and goddesses wielding unimaginable powers, and the shape shifting rock people twisting the very surface of the earth, as Sedona heads into the darkest night the planet has ever seen, Samantha wonders which, if any of them, will survive it. But she should know by now that when Celtic gods are involved, nothing is ever as it appears.

Samantha just had to get out of town, she needed a break from her current life in Los Angeles, and in particular from an unmentioned FBI Agent she knows.  She met aging rock star Rand Riker at a party and found herself working as his personal advisor.  She had reached the high life, or so she thought.  To paraphrase an old revered movie line, Monsters and Goddesses and Aliens, Oh My!

Having Special Agent Haggerty showing up on her doorstep to tell her she’s going to be working together again is NOT what Sam wants to hear.  It’s bad enough that Rand is going to give a Benefit Concert for the person accused of attempted murder of Senator Kenny Campbell. Now she’s supposed to work for the Feds also?  No Way.  She’s introduced to a cat named Mellencamp who is roaming around the courthouse… in fact the cat introduced himself.

If none of this seems to make any sense to you, and you’re wondering where this mystery all comes together. I strongly suggest that you buy, borrow or steal a copy of the book.  I’m giving it FIVE stars and a bullet point.  I can’t wait for Madam Samantha, and Haggerty’s next case to appear on the bookshelves of a store near you.

FTC Full Disclosure: I received this book at the request of the author who only hope for a fair and impartial review.

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Invasion of 2020

Alaska 2020.
Earth. Shifters. Invasion.

Set in Alaska in 2020, Uri Petrov and Dr. Samantha Croon find their lives intertwined when the shifters first land on Earth. Both motivated by love for their families, each is taken down a different path that will change the course of their lives forever and eventually the fate of the world.
Meanwhile, the military has divided into fractions…those who believe in the alien invasion and those who refuse to accept it, leaving Captain Raul at opposing ends with other heads of military.
With the shifters invading the forests of Kenai Lake, they explore their new world of refuge, and must discover how to shift in animal form while uncovering what it truly means to be human.
With underlining themes of how prejudice breaks human connections and animal/wildlife conservation, this novel which has received rave reviews will leave the reader flipping through the pages.

This was the fifth book written in the Shifter Evolutions Saga.

I won a .pdf file of this book and as soon as I can borrow an e-reader from someone. I’ll read the book and post my review here.

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Alien Tango is a great read

Alien Tango

By Gini Kosh

Copyright December 2010

Publisher Daw Science Fiction



It’s been five months since marketing manager Katherine “Kitty” Katt started working with the aliens from Alpha Centauri, and she and Jeff Martini are getting closer. But when an experimental spacecraft is mysteriously returned to the Kennedy Space Center, Kitty and the rest of her team are called in to investigate. Now the team must survive murderous attacks, remove a space entity from a group of astronauts, and avoid an unhinged woman with a serious crush on Kitty’s high school boyfriend. And that’s all before evil masterminds decide Kitty’s extermination is vital.


Kitty and Jeff are now, for all intents and purposes living together.  Jeff is avoiding his mother, and Kitty is using the quiet period to learn how to fly jets.  As head of the Aviation Division she has the best teachers available to her (all Top Gun Grads).  But things can’t stay quiet forever.  They get a call to send their teams down to Florida to the Space Center and investigate what appears to be an infestation of an experimental craft while in space.  With all the usual jokes, teasing and snarky comments from her team she has her work cut out for her.

If she only had to deal with the mission things would have been easy. But with murder attempts at every turn , and more groups of enemies all coming at her at once, she will need all her skills and sense of humor to survive.  And I don’t just mean the mission.

You’ll just have to grab a copy of this wonderful book to see what happens next. I was grabbed by the cover artwork and stayed for the fantastic writing of the author.

Gini Koch can be found hanging out at: and!/Gini.Koch

FTC Full Disclosure: I borrowed this book from my local library with the intention of reviewing it.

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