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Two Starfleet officials arrive in an try and recruit Bynars for the Starfleet Corps of Engineers -- but if one of many strength recruits is located useless, it's as much as Citizen providers investigators a hundred and ten and 111 to figure out the reason for dying. yet their research will cause them to a startling revelation that might rock Bynaus to its very center!
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Cartwright and Wakeman shook hands. The teep’s fingers were dainty and fragile; diffident fingers with none of the strength Cartwright was used to finding in his unclassifieds. It was hard to believe this was a man who headed the Corps, who had swung it away from Verrick at the critical moment. “Thanks,” Cartwright said. “You’re welcome. ” The teep showed equal interest in the tall old man. “How does one get to be a Prestonite? ” “Preston was the odd-ball astronomer who got the observatories to watch for his planet—right?
Maybe it was lack of realism on his part, an anachronistic survival the child-guidance clinic hadn’t been able to shake out of him. Whatever it was, he had taken as much as he could stand. ” Wakeman asked. ” “Let him swear on,” Eleanor said indifferently. ” Wakeman shook his head. ” “I will, then,” the girl answered. “You’ll pardon me,” Wakeman said. From the desk drawer he got a fifth of Scotch and poured himself a drink. ” “No, thanks,” Eleanor said. Benteley turned his back irritably. “What the hell is all this?
Perhaps by this time next month he would be under fealty to the Directorate … he gazed up hopefully at the arch and touched one of the charms inside his shirt. “Ted,” a voice came, small and urgent. ” He halted. Breasts bobbing, Lori threaded her way through the tight-packed crowd and came quickly up to him. “I have something for you,” she said breathlessly. ” Benteley demanded tautly. He was conscious that the Directorate’s teep Corps was close by; he didn’t particularly want his intimate thoughts in the hands of eighty bored telepaths.