When the representative from New Mexico drops dead at a
dinner party in the Embassy, Jeff will become the newly
appointed congressman. That makes Kitty the ambassador for
the ACs. Add some hit men who have vowed to protect Kitty,
Jamie's birthday coming up, Chuck's upcoming wedding and the
last thing Kitty needs is one her least favorite people
coming to her with talk of a conspiracy.
As they research the allegations, they learn that more than
one congressman has died in the past few months and there
are some deep doings going on. With Kitty's friends
disappearing and a man they thought dead coming to them for
help, the ACs will have their hands full.
It's impossible to give an adequate description of the plot
of a Gini Koch book; there is just too much going on. ALIEN
IN THE HOUSE is another fast-paced, action-packed adventure
that keeps readers up late and laughing out loud at
Kitty's unique approach to problem solving. At the end, the
reader will be exhausted and exhilarated. Ms. Koch has
carved a unique niche for herself in the sci-fi-romance
category with this series. My only hope is that it lasts
for a very long time.
Jeff and Kitty Katt-Martini have learned the ins and outs
Washington politics, not to mention how to prevail in
intergalactic war and foil any variety of dangerous
conspiracies. So when the newly elected Representative from
New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District dies under
mysterious circumstances while at the Centaurion Embassy,
it’s up to Kitty and the rest of the Diplomatic Corps to
find out how and why and stop the killer, before the rest
the U.S. House of Representatives become casualties,
particularly the replacement Representative for New
2nd District—Jeff Martini.