By Paul neuhaus



Vegas in the early 60s. Escaped aliens from nearby Area 51. A recipe for disaster.

Who can save us? Three of the most famous singers in the world, that’s who. Swing to the otherworldly adventures of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. as they fight to protect their favorite city and the leader of the free world! Are flying saucers and ray guns your bag? Then belly up to the bar, jacks and jills. Get yourself a cocktail of one hundred proof sci-fi fun!

The Summit is author Paul Neuhaus’ love letter to the Rat Pack—and the alien invasion movies of the 1950s. It’s got comedy, it’s got action, it’s got Frank, Dean, and Sammy in the roles they were born to play: The swinging’ saviors of planet earth!

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Meet the Author

Paul Neuhaus

Paul was born long, long ago in Cincinnati, Ohio. He had a normal childhood and did moderately well in school. In the year 2000, he moved to sunny Southern California where took a wife and produced twin offspring. 

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I love this story, and it’s good to see someone putting a classical education to creative good use. It belies how clever the writing really is.

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One of my favorite kindle reads! In the mold of Christopher Moore for sure. Definitely a must read for those into Greek mythology. Without a doubt the best preface ever written by man! Laughed pretty hard for a long time!

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I absolutely loved this book. The plot twists were well placed throughout. I loved the colorful world the book enticed my mind to fabricate. A great read for anybody who likes a rather kick-butt down to earth heroine.

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