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ALIEN DIPLOMACY
by Gini Koch

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

2012 Urban Fantasy Protagonist Nominee

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Koch takes on an oh-so-juicy target in the newest Alien novel — Washington, D.C. As former superbeing exterminator turned ambassador, Kitty Kat-Martini quickly discovers there is little more treacherous or dangerous than some inhabitants of the nation’s capital. Koch is in a class by herself when it comes to delivering snort-out-loud humor!

Newlyweds/new parents Kitty and Jeff Martini have taken baby Jamie and moved to D.C. to start their new jobs as diplomats representing the American Centaurian Embassy. After a bomb blows up the limo Kitty and Jamie were supposed to be riding in, Kitty learns that a major assassination is going down at the President’s Ball in a few days. Kitty, Jeff and the gang must discover who the target is, and get Kitty a killer dress for the occasion! (DAW, Apr., 425 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: DAW

Published: April 2012

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