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By Joan D. Vinge

CAT: highway Punk, Psion, Telepath, Survivor. . .

Kidnapped through an interstellar company and dragged to Earth, Cat is pressured to exploit his abilities to guard these he so much hates, those that such a lot hate him . . . .

The taMings. A cyber-augmented, DNA-incestuous extended family of such wealth and gear that their relatives arguments switch the future of worlds. Now one taMing is a killer's aim. yet which? And who may dare?

Seeking solutions, Cat reveals lies and savagery, ardour and atrocity—trails that lead from crystal valleys to golf equipment for silver-skinned beauties. From the homicidal enclaves of drug kings to a fanatic's pulpit. From the halls of the meeting to a our on-line world hell. looking assassins, Cat discovers a secret which may fee him his destiny. His sanity. His existence.

Because Cat isn't any longer a bodyguard . . .

He's bait.

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Somehow God set man up where He could reach man daily, regularly; they were in direct touch, the way you and I are now. But something happened and somehow they wound up like Leibnitz’s windowless monads, near each other but unable to perceive anything outside; only able to scrutinize their own beings. A sort of schizophrenia evidently set in, on the part of one of them or both; autism—separation. And then man—” “Man was driven out. ” Pete said, “Evidently man did something, or anyhow God thought he had.

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