By J. M. Dillard
A category one clinical emergency summons the EnterpriseTM to the Federation outpost Tanis. There, a grisly shock awaits them. of the lab's 3 researchers are lifeless, their our bodies nearly fullyyt tired of blood. There are not any clues, no documents in their learn, no remnants in their paintings. there's simply the outpost's sole survivor, Dr. Jeffrey Adams, who holds the key of what occurred at Tanis, and may now ensue aboard the company.
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Against his will, he saw the time she had faced him with those sweet eyes-a memory more painful to him than the day the child died-and he had seen... nothing at all. Nothing for him, just a new, strange deadness that made him want to cry out when he saw it. How have Ifailed you? he asked. What have I done? What have Iforgotten to do? Nothing, the image whispered, and those beautiful crystal eyes generated cold so fierce it took his breath away. There was someone else, he knew instantly, someone else.
Most people. " "A Vulcan could probably get away with it, if he wanted to. " "He's not. But he could be sociopathic... without any conscience or sense of morality. True sociopaths are pretty rare, these days. " McCoy frowned thoughtfully. " "Well, I don't understand," Kirk said, quite truthfully. " McCoy looked down at his readout and sighed. " "Something in your voice tells me you don't agree with that. " "I don't... " McCoy shook his head at the dark chamber in disbelief "But you saw that smile, Jim.
Then he'd noticed the pale, pale blue eyes and realized she must have been from one ofthe winter worlds. Certainly she had a personality to match. She was as light as Stanger was dark, and if the situation had not been so acutely painful for him, he would have perhaps found some humor in the trio's colorful contrast. He had had a good sense of humor, once. "But this is the first and only time I'll let you get away with it," Tomson continued. "By tomorrow, you'd better be completely adjusted to the new schedule.
Bloodthirst (Star Trek Original Series, No 37) by J. M. Dillard