The mysterious events in Kenya are beginning to attract international attention - and maybe too much of it.After reporting to London, Kathy Austin returns to Kenya to continue her investigation. In the palace of Count Di Broglie, the young English woman finally meets the last survivors of the Remington expedition, but they lack material proof to support their stories. Kathy is ordered to obtain information on Irmanius, a rather inquisitive individual who's been snooping around the country. Who is he working for? The Americans, the Russians... or some considerably more foreign power?
Kenya, 1947. A hunting expedition led by American writer John Remington makes a startling encounter, and then vanishes without a trace. Shortly afterwards, Katherine Austin, agent of the British Secret Intelligence Service, arrives in Mombasa. Her mission: investigate a series of mysterious sightings and incidents, of which the disappearance of the Remington party could be the latest. Undercover as a teacher, courted by colleagues who may be working for competing secret services, she's about to enter a whole new reality...
From the shores of Lake Victoria, Kathy and Remington witnessed an extraordinary event: the coming of a massive UFO. Stunned by the sight, they're taken prisoners by Irmanius, who's working for the Soviets. Faced with the oddness of their situation and its potential dangers, though, Westerners and Communists decide to team up. A temporary alliance that may not survive the fantastic discoveries ahead of them.
After the extraordinary events of Lake Victoria, the Soviet agents let Kathy Austin and her companions go. On their way back to Mombasa, the group stops to speak to Lord Balmer, who was taken in by the Maasai. The Lord has lost his mind, and tells them a wild story of extraterrestrials and apocalypse... but is the story so fantastic after all? Will Kathy manage to find an explanation to the mysteries of Kenya - and maybe tangible proof?
Chicago, 1948. Martin Jones, insignificant pastor of the small Church of the Sons of Ezekiel, is visited by someone who calls himself a messenger of God and performs a miracle. The small-time preacher soon becomes the charismatic leader of millions of faithful. May 1949, Namibia. Kathy Austin is in a coma. But as the MI5 agent sent to bring her back to England has an unfortunate encounter, she too receives a rather ... miraculous visit.
It's the best day of Trent's life: he is finally marrying the beautiful Agnes, after so many years! But there, among the crowd of family and friends cheering the newlyweds, a face from his past casts a pall over his happiness. Other signs eventually confirm it: Miss is back. Helen Dorwell - an alluring and mysterious thief and anarchist ... and Trent's former mistress. With her in town, the honeymoon could quickly turn into a nightmare...
Kathy and Irmanius have infiltrated the alien base in Namibia, but they are spotted and forced to flee. Sir Charles, worried, has received the unexpected support of Winston Churchill. Soon, between Sir Winston's international connections and the assistance of Kathy's friends from outer space, a secret, global alliance is put together. When the young British agent finally resurfaces, everything is set for a massive operation. It's time for the people of Earth to go on the offensive!
Sergeant Philip Trent is a `Mountie', a member of the Canadian
Northwest Mounted Police. At the end of the 19th century, it's up to
him and his fellow officers to criss-cross the vast open spaces of
Canada to maintain law and order. Sent after a small-time killer, he
finds himself saving the beautiful Agnes from a pack of hungry
wolves. The young woman has come from the city to find her missing
half-brother. Against his better judgement, Trent agrees to help her...
Beyond the Arctic Circle, in the freezing cold and never-ending night, the Mounties do their duty and try to resist the creeping assaults of madness and depression. One evening,Trent, alone at his remote outpost, hears a call for help. He finds a couple of Natives, dead of exposure, along with ... a very much alive baby! Reluctantly turned into a polar nurse, the sergeant must leave his shelter - unequipped to cater to its new occupant - to find her a new family...
Namibia, 1949. Three years after the Nuremberg trials, a white man is photographed in the middle of a corn field: it's Reichsmarschall Hermann Gring, who's supposed to have committed suicide in his cell. Worried about the geopolitical implications of the discovery, MI5 sends Kathy Austin to Namibia. There, along with her new partner a grumpy, misogynistic, racist old war horse, Kathy begins an investigation where the threat of Nazi resurgence soon makes way before more frightening and unexplainable phenomena.
Kathy Austin has already survived two assassination attempts - saved both time by intervention from her mysterious friends from outer space. Her superior, Sir Charles, finds it difficult to believe her as to the origin of such providential allies, but another incident, followed by a more official meeting, eventually convince him. Informed of the terrible stakes that hide behind the recent events, he sends Kathy back to Namibia with a new partner, on a mission she seems unlikely to survive...
After a botched robbery that claimed the life of his lover, an
American outlaw crosses the border into Canada. As he's already left
nearly a dozen dead bodies behind, Sergeant Trent is sent to
intercept him. But instead of the expected bloodthirsty murderer,
it's a sensitive young man that the Mountie finds, a free spirit with
a deep love of French poetry. How is Trent going to reconcile doing
his duty with his nascent liking for the kid?
A heartbreak makes a wreck out of Trent - can he find the strength to
pull himself together? The life of a Mountie is a lonely one, always
on the road while normal people go home to their loved ones. Time has
passed since Trent met Agnes, and the sergeant finally decides to
propose to her. But he's too late - his beloved is gone, already
married to another. The news sends Trent into a downward spiral of
self-destruction, and it's a drunken wretch who, a few weeks later,
finds himself in a small town harried by brutal bandits...
Trent's superior tasks him with helping a lady who came to the police to report the disappearance of her husband. The sergeant is stunned to discover the woman he is still in love with: Agnes. Her husband is the manager of a railway construction site far to the northwest, and he hasn't been heard from in weeks. Worse, his last letters spoke of a mysterious danger threatening the camp. The pair go to investigate...
While Agnes is in Europe to visit family, Trent is given a somewhat unusual mission: to escort a woman to her father's home. Mrs Taylor has left her husband - a man that alcohol turns horribly violent - and is now taking their son to safety at his grandfather's - a former senator. Tasked with protecting them, Trent takes a liking to young Jeremy, and begins to dream of his own Little Trent with Agnes - until the father tracks them down...
Kathy, Fuchs and Merlin are now exploring the savannah, looking for the Remington expedition. With them is Tom, the young native guide - and sole apparent survivor - of the American writer's party, who recounts the terrifying events that led him to run away. When the young woman and her companions finally discover Remington's base camp, though, they find no trace of unusual animals - or bodies. But they're quickly confronted to a series of increasingly weird events...
While escorting a prisoner, Trent stops in a very animated small town: the famous Wild Bill Turkey is passing through on his way to his bride. Bill is a legend among gunfighters of the Old West. An aging one, yes, but that doesn't prevent him from coming to the Mountie's help when a group of men try to free his prisoner. A powerful man is behind that attempt, though, and both Trent and Bill suddenly become targets.