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Life under the thumb of the Spark Lords - the League's Earthly representatives - is dull but comfortable for Philemon Abu Dhubhai and the other teachers at a third-rate private school for second-rate rich kids. But all that changes when a female student is found murdered by an unknown alien organism, and her boyfriend, the prime suspect, goes missing. Suddenly an unofficial homicide investigation has snared Philemon and five other "misfits" - plus one of the planet's most powerful criminals, the mother of the murdered girl - trapping them all in a web of terrifying conspiracy that could involve the Spark Lords ... and even the League of Peoples itself. For all is perilously not what it seems, on Earth and in the heavens. But then again, neither are Phil and his compatriots....

©2002 James Alan Gardner (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Howard
  • Cumberland, MD, United States
  • 08-10-15

Another solid story in the series

Trapped, apparently the penultimate League of Peoples novel, is a solid and enjoyable novel. Set on the original Earth, in a second rate boarding school near Niagara Falls. A mobster's daughter has been murdered and her teachers undertake a quest to find the nanotech created shapeshifter responsible for the murder and who also kidnapped the victim's enchanted boyfriend. Gardner creates a vivid world with just enough details to make believable worlds and consistent with the Peoples series. (I'm only slightly disappointed by Admiral Ramos's absence from Trapped.)