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The K'Terrian Affair

Timothy Best

Publisher: TouchPoint Press

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The K’Terrian Affair is an uplifting but emotional love story about the first-ever human/alien love affair.
 
Alex Tucker’s mother abandoned him when he was nine-years-old. Twenty years later, she’s a major with the U.S. Army overseeing a high security post on Dune Island, a remote community in the middle of Lake Michigan. So, Alex leaves a promising career at the FBI to become Chief of Police on Dune Island and, hopefully, get to know her.
 
Once there, he meets and is attracted to the mysterious Eleanor Engle. She and her father are scientists that do research for the army. But as their relationship develops, Alex discovers the Engles are really the last two surviving members of Earth’s first alien delegation from another planet. A delegation his mother is sworn to protect.
 
When it’s discovered an organization called the Consortium is out to kidnap the Engles for their advanced technology, things quickly escalate to a heart-pounding climax. The K’Terrian Affair is, like all Timothy Best novels, deep romance and high adventure rolled into one unforgettable story.

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