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Voices (Babylon 5, Book 1) by John Vornholt
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Voices (Babylon 5, Book 1) (edition 1995)

by John Vornholt

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Title:Voices (Babylon 5, Book 1)
Authors:John Vornholt
Info:Dell (1995), Mass Market Paperback, 246 pages
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"Welcome to Mars," said the sultry, automated voice.
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This copy is signed by Richard Biggs.
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    MIND GAMES OF THE DEADLY KIND

Telepaths to the left of them. Telepaths to the right of them. And danger is all around Commander Susan Ivanova and Security Chief Michael Garibaldi when a Psi Corps Convention is held on Babylon 5. Someone will turn this meeting of mind readers into a real blast ... as a bomb makes Babylon 5 a death trap.
    VOICES

The prime suspect is resident telepath Talia Winters. With Talia's old foes, thought-cops Bestar and Gray, calling for her head, Ivanova and Garibaldi can't openly help her. Now she's running for her life through a perilous universe, and her psychic talent is her only weapon when her path is blocked by staggering intergalactic horrors: psi-cops closing in .. and a killer waiting.
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    THERE WOULD BE A CONFRONTATION, TALIA COULD FEEL IT ...

There were three large, hooded figures, and they were rapidly walking toward the party of genteel telepaths and one security officer.
She didn't want to pry into their minds, but she had to know what the three strangers were thinking as they strode briskly toward them. She could see them clearly now, even in  the dim light, and she tried to hear their voices.
Talia gasped. their minds were cold and alien! They were not human!
"I know," said Malten, hearing the alarm sounding in Talia's head.
The security chief quickened his step to get out in front of the others. He waved jauntily as the first hooded figure drew abreast of him. "Top of the mornin'!" He called.
The alien never stopped moving as he slammed his shoulder into Garibaldi and crushed him into the bulkhead. A huge knife flashed under the dark robes, and Emily screamed.
The other hooded thugs rushed toward hte telepaths, knives gleamin in their gloved hands!
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