On a failed mission to look for a secret weapon, Shom Reuel of the Kestrel saves a man – twice. He looks human, apart from the lump on his forehead. It seems everyone wants him, but is he a friend or a deadly enemy? And will the shock of his identity cause Reuel to reveal his people’s greatest secret?
On the way the crew have to deal with space battles, smugglers and fighting colonists. All while trying to fulfil two different missions. And they are one crewman short, which is a lot for a crew of eleven. How will they cope if they lose any more crew?
If you’re a fan of stories like Star Trek and Firefly you’ll love this book. This is the second exciting adventure for the Kestrel and her crew, but you don’t need to have read Intruders (book one) in order to enjoy this one.
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Writing poetry and making up stories since she was a child, Ann only began to write for publication when her children left home. Her ambition was to write science fiction, but, fascinated by Swansea Castle and distracted by a major stroke she researched local history, an interest that culminated in the publication of her first book Alina, The White Lady of Oystermouth, a local history book told as a story, at Easter 2012. Early retirement gave her more time to concentrate on her writing.
During her stroke recovery she wrote poetry, which she published as My Stroke of Inspiration in August 2015, a surprisingly cheerful collection. She is still writing science fiction, a series called Flight of the Kestrel, and the first book Intruders was published in April 2016. The second, Alien Secrets, was published in October 2018. There are now 5 history books and 3 science fiction books, and counting…