Alien Artifacts is different from your average S.F. novel. It incorporates private investigation, along with crime fiction in the plot. The main character is an ex-con living with an ex-hooker. He is disabled from his last crime and receives a check from the government after doing ten years. The artifacts were discovered in a cave in Western Montana. One artifact, a suit, when worn gives David Benton the ability to become invisible and be able to move through solid objects, just to name two of its many functions. The suit and the spaceship he finds it in are both very sophisticated computers that use the electrical energy generated by every intelligent mind to power them. What he does while wearing the suit makes fast and easy reading. He ends a prison riot, foils a drug deal and frees a Nevada Senator from his captors. It has an ending that will surprise and start you wondering.
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Published September 19, 2005
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction.