By L. Ron Hubbard
Intrigue, betrayal, blackmail... From the violent, heroin-riddled again streets of Turkey to the guts of presidency corruption in the United States, challenge Earth relentlessly hurls right into a new labyrinth of intrigue, betrayal, suspense and homicide. quantity 2 of the largest technological know-how Fiction dekology ever written -- project Earth. “…a fantastically imaginitive, intricately plotted invasion of earth.“ —Chicago Tribune
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Maybe she'd given one of them a bum steer, and this was payback time. "I'll just go up and have a quick look," I said, and took our cups to the sink. "You be careful, August," she told me. To my immense surprise, she reached down and held out an old cricket bat that had been leaning against one table leg on her side. "Take this. " Then she insisted on a final cup of cocoa for both of us, so I rolled my eyes to heaven and gave in. I packed Great-aunt Tansy off to bed early in her slightly sour old-lady-scented ground-floor bedroom at the front of the house, and went upstairs.
She twinkled at me naughtily. " I shrugged, led her to the kitchen. Good grief, I'd fallen from some sort of creepy thriller into a Jane Austen novel. But no, Tansy had long been an aficionado of faiths. Last time I was here, she'd been attending a Theosophical revival temple of some sort, the Annie Besant Occult Chemistry Fellowship. I settled Mrs. Abbott with a cup of tea, went back and collected the spoiled breakfast from outside Tansy's door, nibbling at the bacon like an anxious raccoon.
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Black Genesis (Mission Earth, Book 2) by L. Ron Hubbard