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TNT: Telzey & Trigger


THEY'RE DYNAMITE

Telzey Amberdon is one of the most powerful xenotelepaths in the known galaxy. Trigger Argee is a crack shot, with reflexes that make lightning look lethargic, and also a top agent of the galaxy's Federation of the Hub. Separately, they have been making life miserable for human criminals, unfriendly aliens, and nefarious members of all species. But when a danger to the entire Hub civilization brought these two together, the galaxy would never be the same!

"Here, read this-you'll love it!" -Janet Kagan,
-Hugo-Winner and author of the bestseller Uhura's Song

"Wonderfully fresh." -The Horn Book

"Telzey Amberdon ... is strong, competent, and fun to be with." 
-A Reader's Guide to Science Fiction

"[A] typical James Schmitz mix of humor, strange mental powers, and mild anarchy. Delightful."
-The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction


Paperback

Cover art by Bob Eggleton

This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental.

First printing, July 2000

Distributed by Simon & Schuster
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New York, NY 10020

Printed in the United States of America

ISBN: 0-671-57879-0

all copyright to the estate of James H. Schmitz

Copyright © 2000 edited by Eric Flint, co-edited by Guy Gordon

All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form.

A Baen Books Original
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Typeset by Windhaven Press
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Electronic version by Baen Books
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Books in this series:

Telzey Amberdon
TnT: Telzey & Trigger
Trigger Argee
(forthcoming)

T'NT
TELZEY & TRIGGER

The Complete Federation
of the Hub

Volume 2

JAMES H. SCHMITZ
EDITED BY ERIC FLINT
co-edited by Guy Gordon

CONTENTS

Company Planet
Resident Witch
Compulsion
Glory Day
Child of the Gods
Ti's Toys
The Symbiotes
Afterword, by Eric Flint
That Certain Something, by Guy Gordon 395

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