Book 1 of The Alex Grosjean Adventures

50 years ago,  mysterious Zeus Inc. CEO Joseph Brentwood saved the world from a major energy crisis by discovering a new unlimited energy resource. Now, in 2069, Mr. Brentwood has gone missing and private eye Alex Grosjean has been hired to find him. Alex’s search leads her through her own murky past and into the fantastical depths of Hell itself, where she discovers that no one is who or what they seem to be.\

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What Readers Say

“Strong female protagonists in science fiction have become a good genre trope, probably thanks primarily to franchises like Alien. It seems that far too often however that these characters are generic archetypes that are pretty poorly handled and generally lacking in depth. This is not the case with Alex Grosjean, the protagonist and narrator of Robin Burks’ debut novel, Zeus, Inc (Bad Karma Publishing). The most important part of the believability and overall likability of Alex is that she is flawed; she is not a perfect hero, and the depth of character lends itself to realism despite a fantastic setting.” – Android Dreamer

“I would certainly recommend this to those who not only love mythology, but fantasy, Sci-fi, upbeat contemporary heroines, paranormal mysteries and even a bit of romance. Overall, I enjoyed this book with it’s spunky characters, suspenseful plot and semi-apocalyptic tone as Alex ventures into unknown depths of the universe to help her friend and save the world.” – Novel Revelries

“As soon as I got this book I delved right into it and I could not put it down till I had solved the case! Zeus Inc. was a fast and enjoyable read with deep characters with profound secrets. The end of the book held some wonderful surprises for Alex and concluded the story perfectly but also left me wondering what is next for Alex Grosjean?” – Hooked In A Book

“Audiobook review: If you like mythology with a unique twist, you may enjoy Zeus, Inc. as much as I did. The story is entertaining with a down on her luck PI who is brought in on the disappearance of her friend’s father. The story is fast paced and I was craving it every time I had to pause the audiobook. The characters are relatable, charming, funny, smart, and dynamic. The narrator did an awesome job!” – Curly’s Ramblings