Alibi Jones

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Alibi Jones is a mediator for the Solar Alliance searching for a kidnapped friend with the help of the mysterious alien Dakhur, Kit, and the man known as Piccolo. Alibi doesn't know following the trail of alien kidnappers will lead to a shocking discovery - Dangers thought long-dead are still very much ALIVE!
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About Mike Luoma

Mike Luoma writes science fiction, among many other things, somewhere off in the wilds of Northern Vermont. The Star Seeds of Earth is his newest, the fourth novel and sixth book in The Adventures of Alibi Jones, which followed The Vatican Assassin Trilogy. Mike also creates comics with artists from around the world, including issues of The Adventures of Alibi Jones and a graphic novel adaptation of the novel Vatican Assassin.

An Alibi Jones short story was recently included in Always Punch Nazis Volume 2 from Pilot Comics. Mike also wrote the acclaimed title Souverain with artist and creator Ben Ferrari for Earthbound Comics. Mike's other graphic novels include Good Samaritan: Unto Dust and "Introducing... RED HOT!" from Glow-in-the-Dark Radio Comics.

Mike narrates his books week-by-week on his free, long-running Glow-in-the-Dark Radio podcast, and is also the narrator for each of his widely available audiobooks. You can find his books, narrated by Mike, wherever fine audiobooks are sold.

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About the Series: The Adventures of Alibi Jones
As humankind expands out into the stars and encounters already well-established alien races and cultures, Alibi Jones gets into and out of trouble as a Mediator for the Solar Alliance in the 2130's in this ongoing science fiction adventure series.

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James Jenkins reviewed on Dec. 9, 2016

Way to many words are used to tell the story. I tried to read it all but about 24% of the way into it when the I was reading the third or fourth detailed account of why Alibi Jones' aunt was more like a mother to him....

Well, enough said. I put it down.
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)
Matthew Fields reviewed on April 4, 2011

exciting book
no space battles like in vatican assassin
but the acient enemy showing up again makes for and awsome storie. not to mention a feline alien race.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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