Eugene McGillicuddy’s Alien Detective Agency

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George Allen Miller:

Author BIO:

George Allen Miller was born in Cheverly, Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C. He has called the DC, Maryland and Virginia area, commonly called the DMV, his home for half a century. He has been writing ever since he was fifteen just after reading his first science fiction book by Isaac Asimov.

A life long fan of science fiction, George soon found a fondness for hard-boiled detective novels and humorous fantasy and SciFi.

Eugene McGillicuddy’s Alien Detective Agency is George’s first published novel.

Fun Facts / Podcaster Topics:

Favorite color: Green – no Blue…
Favorite individual book: Grunts by Mary Gentle
Favorite SciFi Series: Xenogenesis by Octavia E. Butler
Favorite SciFi book series made up of other Series: Isaac Asimov – Robot, Empire, Foundation.
Favorite Fantasy series: Discword – Terry Pratchett
Favorite Fantasy series with dragons: Dragonrealm series by Richard Knaack
Favorite comic book hero: Spidey!
Hobby: Starting real hobbies only to procrastinate my way out of them. (have three guitars and one bass (can’t really play any of them), electronic keyboard (donated to charity), fishing gear (unused), started flight school (didn’t finish), can speak one sentence in four languages, scuba gear (can’t swim) and a green belt in four martial arts).
Favorite pet: Dog.
Favorite sport team: Washington Football Team. (I don’t use the C word…)
Favorite odd sport: Curling. It’s cool.
Favorite The Ocho sport: Teqball. It’s wild.
D&D Alignment: Depends on the week….
Favorite food: All – but can’t go wrong with pizza and a beer.
Last watched TV show: Mrs. Davis – very cool. But also – huh?
Favorite Doctor: Old school- Tom Baker. New School- David Tenant.
Favorite Master (Doctor Who Villain): Old School-Anthony Ainley. New School- Derek Jacobi.
Favorite Captain: Picard!
Writing habits: A half-plotting pantser!
Age when started writing: 15
First professional publication: “Who ya Living?” published in 2016 by Fantastic Stories of the Imagination. A story of immortal humans that had begun swapping out the first hundred years worth of their memories.
Biggest phobia: Walking across wizard guarded rope bridges.

Book Cover:

Book Details:

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0C829L4NG
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ The Wild Rose Press, Inc. (August 23, 2023)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ August 23, 2023
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 358 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1509249907
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1509249909
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 12.5 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5 x 0.74 x 8 inches

Reviews and Endorsements:

I have not enjoyed a science fiction novel as much asI enjoyed Eugene J. McGillicuddy’s Alien Detective Agency. The dialogues were hilarious, the descriptions were transportive, and the plot was interesting. Rabia Tanveer for Readers’ Favorite.

The plot’s fast-paced nature keeps readers engaged as they follow the characters through inter-dimensional escapades and cosmic challenges, and I found the twists unexpected but deeply satisfyingK.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite.

I have not laughed so hard reading a book since I got my hands on the 1932 classic Cold Comfort Farm, but Eugene J. McGillicuddy’s Alien Detective Agency by George Allen Miller has officially ended the humor drought.Asher Syedfor Readers’ Favorite.

With a refreshingly lighthearted writing style, George Allen Miller clarifies otherwise unimaginable scenes and adds comedy to encounters with even the most menacing beings. A fun romp through the galaxy, Eugene J. McGillicuddy’s Alien Detective Agency sets the bar high for laugh-out-loud science fiction comedies. David Korson for Readers’ Favorite

Eugene J. McGillicuddy’s Alien Detective Agency by George Allen Miller gripped me from the cover and kept me turning pages to the end. This amazing story is full of hilarious humor, suspense, and ingenuous plot twists as Jack and Alice navigate dimensional rifts, quantum tunnels, and intergalactic portals. Olga Markova for Readers’ Favorite

An entertaining if frenetic noirish adventure packed with aliens, AI and all sorts of futuristic fun.The various reflections on the complications of inter-species politics when those species might eat each other were particularly well done. Elaine Graham-Leigh for Reedsy Discovery

Media History:

Podcast: Digital Marketing Masters Podcast – January 18th 2024

https://serve.podhome.fm/episodepage/digital-marketing-masters/ai-discussion-with-george-allen-miller-author-of-eugene-j-mcgilliguddys-alien-detective-agency-251

Podcast: The Detective Writer Podcast – January 29th 2024

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/meet-our-sixty-third-guest-fellow-author-george-allen/id1635461758?i=1000643431099

Podcast: Les is Made – COMING SOON!

Loglines:

1.) An Omniscient detective with all the answers – but can he use his psychic talents to save the galaxy?

2.) Eugene Jack McGillicuddy, a private detective in Washington D.C. in the twenty-second century, has the psychic ability to answer any question asked to him and he wants it kept a secret.

Book BLURB:

Being omniscient isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. For Eugene J. McGillicuddy, a private detective in Washington, D.C. in the twenty-second century, it’s an outright curse.

Desperate to keep his gift a secret, Eugene is forced to take a new case from an ornery dinosaur diplomat, Ambassador Kah, from the Galactic Congress, who knows about Eugene’s psychic talents and wants to blackmail him.

Eugene must now travel the entire Milky Way though inter-dimensional cafeterias, virtual realities, and custom-made universes to uncover a deadly conspiracy.

Together with his partners, an accidentally created sentient computer program named Eddie, and Alice Pemberton, whose hobbies include creating wormholes, Eugene must race to stop an insane alien from unleashing a power that could destroy the Earth and perhaps the entire cosmos.

George Allen Miller

Eugene J. McGillicuddy's Alien Detective Agency

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