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By John G. Hemry

After a protracted travel as criminal officer aboard the starship USS Michaelson, Paul Sinclair is looking ahead to shore accountability. Too undesirable it’s canceled while a gaggle of spiritual lovers hijacks a freighter and invades an asteroid. Fearing they can threaten the earth with asteroid particles, starships from numerous international locations converge at the scene. yet their venture turns lethal while the South Asian Alliance opens hearth at the asteroid.

After the smoke clears, Paul suspects the Michaelson’s ideas of engagement were compromised—suspicions which are proven whilst NCIS asks him to paintings covertly as a undercover agent. somebody onboard the Michaelson is promoting secrets and techniques, and to discover the traitor, Paul needs to stroll the harmful line among accountability and honor…

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The demon stench was thick on the air. I followed it over the mountainside. XVI XVI THE EARTH WAS a dazzle of moonlight. My nose caught smells of dust, sage, cactus, kelp, and salt more remotely; my ears heard a bat's sonar squeak, the terrified stuttering of a jackrabbit; my pelt tingled with sensations for which men have no words. I felt my human torture no longer. The lupine brain could only hold clean, murderous carnivore thoughts. It was like being reborn. I understand that some psychiatrists have gotten good results by turning their patients temporarily into animals.

They were superficial, except for swollen knuckles. She tried to help, but I gestured her away from me. I knew I wasn't rational. Too much pain and fury filled me. I had some vague idea of going to the,, Fortaleza, whither Maledicto had presumably returned. shape, I'd be as fast and strong as he. Of, course, I dare not bite… but if I could switch to human as occasion warranted, use the unarmed combat techniques I'd learned in the Army… The plan was as hopeless as any men ever coughed forth, but my own demon was driving me.

Whoa, there! "Okay," I said. " "Of course. I'm sorry, darling. " She chuckled. " She was leaning over to nibble my ear when we both heard the footsteps. I rose to my feet, muttering inhospitable things. A form, shadowy under the velvet sky, approached us over a path which snaked inland. Who the devil, I thought. Someone from the village, ten miles hence? My nose in human shape is dull by my wolf standards, but suddenly caught a smell I didn't like. visible beauty to an unbearable degree. And yet something in me bristled.

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