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Tells the story of Hickory Lace and her search for identity, truth…and hope for the future.

A post-apocalyptic science fiction adventure set on an alien planet, the first book in the Prosperine series is a story of single-minded heroism.

After thousands of downloads and hundreds of positive reviews, I’m delighted to offer this ebook free to all science fiction fans.

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eBook Description

The Alien Corps, will delight fans of sci-fi space opera books, and appeal to readers looking for clean science fiction books that reflect Christian values.

On the planet Prosperine, intelligent life has evolved like no other in our universe. The inhabitants might look human—more or less—but they do hatch from eggs. So the Earth hierarchy are shocked when one of the locals is reported to be performing miracles.

Hickory Lace and her crew, space pilot Jess Parker and the young genius Gareth Blanquette, head of to check out the situation. When they arrive, they encounter feral beasts, carnivorous plants, a bloody civil war, and a sinister alien plot. Assuming the investigators survive, they will discover something truly astonishing about the mystic known as “the Teacher.”

If clean sci fi books with a touch of the supernatural and strong female characters are your go, then you’ll love this imaginative story. The Alien Corps is also available in paperback and audiobook formats.

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Click here to read about the making of the Prosperine Series of books including The Alien Corps

What Readers Say about this Book

over 200, 4 and 5 star reviews
5 stars

Wow. Just wow!

The premise is fascinating: A newly discovered religious text convinces the Vatican to scour the Universe looking for the Son of God. Fifty years on they are starting to lose hope…

Enter Hickory, an empath with serious daddy-issues. Chosen to lead a team of specialists to investigate a religious prophet on a distant world.

And then the subplots kick in: a murder, FTL-fuel smugglers, betrayals galore, assassination plots, a violent coup, and my favorite; a really cool alien race (the Bikashi). Twists abound as the story unfolds.

It’s an excellent premise, executed well and the ending is satisfying. All of the threads are resolved with plenty of setup for the coming sequel.

I was thoroughly impressed and would enjoy reading future books from this author.
Happily recommended.

Robert Grey// Goodreads

20,000 + Readers

Recommended for Sci-fi, Fantasy, and dystopian readers.

I liked the intelligent consideration of various interesting themes that weaved around the action.

This fast paced Sci-fi adventure was very enjoyable and I was very quickly drawn into the world of Hickory and her team.

Religion, the involvement of highly developed planets in emerging planets especially when the less advanced planet possess a scarce but valuable mineral, corruption and greed.

Opposing the negatives of humanity there was friendship, loyalty, courage and a hope for a better future.

But mostly I enjoyed this book as it told an imaginative story full of suspense and adventure and I lost myself for a few hours on the planet of Prosperine.

Maria// Amazon Reader

Do you like good Sci fi?

If you like good sci-fi then you will enjoy reading The Alien Corps by P J McDermott.

This book is action packed and full of plot twist and turns.

The author has done a great job of developing a tale that one large adventure and a story with an intriguing spin to it.

It was easy to read and follow even with all the twist and turns. I found it hard to take a break from reading.

P J McDermott has put together a cast of characters that are easy to believe in. They are real and very identifiable, and they brought the story to life.

I really enjoyed reading the Alien Corps and high recommend this book to all readers.

Larry B Gray// Amazon Reader

After you’ve read the Alien Corps, I hope you’ll agree it’s a good tale. If that’s the case, I’d appreciate you leaving a review with the retailer you bought it from. Reviews are the lifeblood of independent authors. Like others, they encourage me to keep writing and help me earn a few cents. In due time, you might also want to read the rest of the series, so here are the other books I’ve written so far.

Prelude to the series
The Prelude to the Series
Book 2
book 3 in the Prosperine series
Book 3
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Book 4

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About the Author

PJ McDermott

I dropped out of the corporate rat-race when I reached the ripe old age of 56, and decided to try something more creatively satisfying. First on the list were pencil sketching and stained glass lead lighting, and then I joined a local creative writing class.

During the first year or two, I tried my hand at short stories and soon published my first. I found writing to be an absorbing experience and felt over the moon when I received my first positive review. You can still find them here.

My first novel was a big challenge, but turned out well. I will be forever thankful to my editor and mentor, Rachael Blackbirdsong for her sage advice. You can read about the characters and setting for Small Fish Big Fish here.

After that I went on to write science fiction, and have completed (hopefully) some of the best sci fi books for young adults on the market. To sum up, I find the trade of writing immensely satisfying, but I’m hungry for more!

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