An Alien Affair: Mission Earth Volume 4
L. Ron Hubbard
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Fast cars . . . and fast women.
Start your engines! Voltarian Royal Officer Jettero Heller is putting the pedal to the metal—and the action is about to shift into high gear.
Behind the wheel of his souped-up Caddy, Heller’s in a race against time—not to mention against suicide car bombers and accelerator bullets—and the fate of his top-secret mission hangs in the balance. But his greatest challenge is yet to come: a fight to the death high atop the Empire State Building.
Meanwhile, Heller’s sworn enemy Soltan Gris has his own battles to fight . . . and he’s learning that, sometimes, love hurts. Especially in the hands of a couple of sadistic sweethearts named Miss Pinch and Candy—girls who really get under his skin. When all is said and done, his only recourse is plastic surgery. But the operation takes a wicked turn, leaving him with more than he bargained for. Much, much more. Just call him Mr. Big Stuff.
People of Earth take note: there is nothing more seductive, more tantalizing or more terrifying than AN ALIEN AFFAIR.
“The granddaddy of all series.” —LOS ANGELES TIMES
soon had the device spread all over a cloth on his desk. A small feeling of alarm began to rise in me. One by one, holding each close to his eye, he began to go over the parts. Suddenly he stopped. He was holding a thin metal bit about an inch long. “A notch!” he said. Magnified by his own eyesight, I could see it too on my screen. Just a little v notch, the one our saboteur had cut to embarrass Heller. “Look!” he said to Izzy, holding it out. But Izzy couldn’t see it no matter how he
stand’s open door. Maddened with pain, Silva heaved the purse after the cat! Silva crouched into a deadly pose, the Colt Bulldog pointing this way and that. Heller had reached the barricade of the chair and suitcases against the snack-bar wall. “And ten,” said Heller. He ducked down! Silva spotted him. He knew better than to rush. He could not count on a lucky shot when he had just the top of a head and eyes as a target. He backed up. He got up on the parapet to get height to shoot down.
bill that’s being voted on! But if you’re going to be that way about it, why don’t you call the president of the General Assembly and tell him you are preventing Beulah from attending!” A guard came over. “I must caution you against unseemly noise here in the lobby and also if you are attending a meeting of the General Assembly, there must be neither noise nor applause in the public galleries. I think it might be best if you were to give the tickets back and . . .” “You tell your clerk that,”
dressed, satins and brocade. They got out compacts and repaired their makeup. The General Assembly was a vast hall of soothing elegance. There were just a few delegates on the floor so far. Others were arriving from time to time. They were very conscious of their own dignity as they took their seats behind the signs of their countries. But what was this? More than one of them glanced shyly toward the girls and made little hand motions that were extremely subdued waves. A tremendous bustle and
magazine, the most distinguished aviation publication of its day. Returning to his classroom of the world in 1932, he led two separate expeditions, the Caribbean Motion Picture Expedition; sailing on one of the last of America’s four-masted commercial ships, and the second, a mineralogical survey of Puerto Rico. His exploits earned him membership in the renowned Explorers Club and he subsequently carried their coveted flag on two more voyages of exploration and discovery. As a master mariner