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Stellar Instinct

-Rachel Aukes, best-selling author of Space Junk (Wayward Wars)

Sharp action with intriguing characters.

Stellar Instinct by Jonathan Nevair

Built around some fantastic interstellar world building, the book puts rocket boosters on the secret agent trope and blasts it into outer space.

-The Bookbeard





Agent Renault Adventures


When galactic danger calls, Agent Renault answers.

Strange signals pulse from an icy planet in a remote star system.

Enter Lilline Renault, GAM-OPs secret agent extraordinaire. To ordinary citizens she's Keely Larkin, an adventure company guide with a flair for the daring and a penchant for writing trite poetry.

When the mission uncovers a terrifying link between high-tech entertainment and ancient cosmic forces, Lilline leaps into action. Verses flow as she rockets through space, dons cunning disguises, and infiltrates enemy territory with an arsenal of secret gadgets.

To solve the mystery behind a dastardly plan means beating a mastermind at his own game. Lilline will need her best weapon to stand a fighting chance: her instinct.

STELLAR INSTINCT: a standalone interstellar espionage thriller.


Book Blogger Reviews

This book was an adrenaline pumping, non-stop thrill ride through space that I couldn't put down.

- The Book & Nature Professor

 ...the book puts rocket boosters on the secret agent trope and blasts it into outer space.


- The Bookbeard's Blog

...equally enjoyable by someone who has absorbed Star Trek into their personality as it is by someone who would rather watch Kingsman.

- Westveil Publishing

Stellar Instinct is a blast of fun and adventure...


- Spells and Spaceships

A joyous romp!

-Fictionfans Podcast

This whirlwind of a galactic thriller is a definite recommendation to my fellow spy-fi readers!

- Scarlett Readz & Runz

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