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  • The planet of Coyote has become the last, best hope of humankind, but it has also become the principal point of contact with the hjadd, the alien race encountered by a European starship many years earlier.

    Books in the Mail (W/E 02/14/2009)

  • And as the colonists make preparations to explore the rest of the new world, ex-convict Hawk Thompson discovers more about the hjadd than anyone has learned before-and his knowledge will change human history . . .

    Books in the Mail (W/E 02/14/2009)

  • Although the hjadd have built an embassy near the original colony, they remain a mystery.

    Books in the Mail (W/E 02/14/2009)

  • It concerns a refugee from Earth's Union Astronautica who tries to defect to Coyote and gets a job as a shuttle pilot on an interstellar trade expedition to the alien hjadd. includes artwork, an interactive map, a rare story, a quiz, and more.

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  • • This book concerns interaction between the colonists and the alien hjadd, first encountered in

    Locus Online News

  • In this novel, Coyote has been partly settled by the hjadd, a mysterious alien race, who’ve opened up an embassy—but not necessarily anything else.

    New on Kindle: February – Early March, Part I | Spontaneous ∂erivation

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