The Great Flying Saucer Conspiracy by Thomas A. Easton

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Six spaceships arrived and assumed orbit around Earth. They came in peace. Or at least that's how it seemed. In fact, they seemed more interested in playing tourist and "experiencing" Earth than in anything else. Of course, none of that helped Professor Gabe Croxford when his office exploded. Then, when one of the aliens approached him and offered him more money than he could refuse to pursue a particular line of thought, he was stumped. You see, he wasn't sure WHAT line of thought the alien wanted him to follow. Then came the counter offer from another alien, followed by the kidnapping of his teaching assistant, government agents who may -- or may not -- be looking out for his best interest. And then life gets really interesting.

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Published September 1, 2002 by Borgo Press. 272 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Though Easton's variation on the traditional "aliens among us" theme shows some originality, a rather ruminative and detached protagonist, flat secondary characters and less-than-compelling aliens don't make for much excitement.

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