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- KurzbeschreibungDer Polizist Max Shannon verfügt über eine besondere Gabe: Er ist den geistigen Manipulationsversuchen der Medialen gegenüber resistent. Umso mehr überrascht es ihn, als er von der mächtigen Medialen Nikita Duncan persönlich auf einen neuen und äußerst brisanten Fall angesetzt wird. Ein Unbekannter hat es auf das Leben von Nikitas engsten Vertrauten abgesehen, und Max soll den Mörder finden, bevor er erneut zuschlägt. Ihm wird die attraktive Mediale Sophia Russo an die Seite gestellt, die ihm bei den Ermittlungen helfen soll. Schon bald hegen die beiden tiefe Gefühle füreinander. Doch ihre Liebe zu Max bringt Sophia in große Gefahr ... A Psy-Changeling novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Shards of Hope, Shield of Winter, and Heart of Obsidian..."the alpha author of paranormal romance" ( Booklist ). Max Shannon is a good cop, one of the best in New York Enforcement. Born with a natural shield that protects him against Psy mental invasions, he knows he has little chance of advancement within the Psy- dominated power structure. The last case he expects to be assigned to is that of a murderer targeting a Psy Councilor's closest advisors. And the last woman he expects to compel him in the most sensual of ways is a Psy on the verge of catastrophic mental fracture...
- AutorNalini Singh
- VerlagBerkley Books
- Seiten358 Seiten
- Gewicht177 g
- LeseprobeJUSTICE<br>When the Psy first chose Silence, first chose to bury their emotions and turn into ice-cold individuals who cared nothing for love or hate, they tried to isolate their race from the humans and changelings. Constant contact with the races who continued to embrace emotion made it much harder to hold on to their own conditioning.<br>It was a logical thought.<br>However, it proved impossible in practice. Economics alone made isolation an unfeasible goal-Psy might have all been linked into the PsyNet, the sprawling psychic network that anchored their minds, but they were not all equal. Some were rich, some were poor, and some were just getting by.<br>They needed jobs, needed money, needed food. And the Psy Council, for all its brutal power, could not provide enough internal positions for millions. The Psy had to remain part of the world, a world filled with chaos on every side, bursting at the seams with the extremes of joy and sadness, fear and despair. Those Psy who fractured under the pressure were quietly "rehabilitated," their minds wiped, their personalities erased. But others thrived.<br>The M-Psy, gifted with the ability to look inside the body and diagnose illnesses, had never really withdrawn from the world. Their skills were prized by all three races, and they brought in a good income.<br>The less-powerful members of the Psy populace returned to their ordinary, everyday jobs as accountants and engineers, shop owners and businessmen. Except that what they had once enjoyed, despised, or merely tolerated, they now simply did .<br>The most powerful, in contrast, were absorbed into the Council superstructure wherever possible. The Council did not want to chance losing its strongest.<br>Then there were the Js.<br>Telepaths born with a quirk that allowed them to slip into minds and retrieve memories, then share those memories with others, the Js had been part of the world's justice system since the world first had one. There weren't enough J-Psy to shed light on the guilt or innocence of every accused-they were brought in on only the most heinous cases: the kinds of cases that made veteran detectives throw up and long-jaded reporters take a horrified step backward.<br>Realizing how advantageous it would be to have an entrée into a system that processed both humans, and at times, the secretive and pack-natured changelings as well, the Council allowed the Js to not just continue, but expand their work. Now, in the dawn of the year 2081, the Js are so much a part of the Justice system that their presence raises no eyebrows, causes no ripples.<br>And, as for the unexpected mental consequences of long-term work as a J . . . well, the benefits outweigh the occasional murderous problem
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