Frontier Earth (Book 1) by Bruce Boxleitner

By Bruce Boxleitner

Most sensible recognized for his function as Captain Sheridan on "Babylon 5," Bruce Boxleitner has created a new technology fiction legend that includes a stranger-an alien from one other world-in an odd land: the yankee West of the overdue 1800s.

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And keep the others at bay. The Oriental was where the Earps hung out. As Macklin passed through the bat wing doors, he saw an orderly, sleek gambling house and saloon. Down the left side of the long, narrow room was a well-polished mahogany bar with a large mirror stretched behind the ranks of bottles and mostly clean glasses. A massive, square stove sat toward the back of the place, near where the gambling devices- the squirrel cage and roulette wheel-were set up, along with the table where keno and poker were played.

We should probably restrict our movements to nighttime unless absolutely necessary and remain out of sight as much as possible. It should be safe enough, however , so long as they don't see us close-up and in full light. The humans will not notice us if they are not expecting us. " "The human I patterned has no concept of other worlds, of other species than its own. I find that ... astonishing. " "Genuine primitives. They believe themselves alone in the universe ... alone or under the care and supervision of a deity they believe cares for them.

Holding the creature firmly, bracing its wildly lashing head in three of its feeder-hands, Deathstalker carefully positioned the patternreader between and above the creature's bulging optical organs , then skillfully drove it home, punching through thin bone and deep into spongy tissue with a satisfying crunch. The creature convulsed, its shrieking silenced, its arms and legs jerking in Deathstalker's grip. The Kra'agh brought its head closer, as though listening to the trill of electronic pulses feeding now from the prey's spasming neuromuscular system.

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