Assassin

Assassin

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Assassin by J. F. Bone

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The aliens wooed Earth with gifts, love, patience and peace.Who could resist them? After all, no one shoots Santa Claus!

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behind him.

"What precisely do you wish to know, Dr. Matson?" the voice said.

Matson whirled to face the questioner, and looked into the face of Ixtl. The alien was smiling, apparently pleased at having startled him. "What gave you the idea that I wanted to know anything?" he asked.

"You did," Ixtl said. "We all have been conscious of your thoughts for many days. Forgive me for intruding, but I must. Your speculations radiate on such a broad band that we cannot help being aware of them. It has been quite difficult for us to study your customs and history with this high level background noise. We are aware of your interest, but your thoughts are so confused that we have never found questions we could answer. If you would be more specific we would be happy to give you the information which you seek."

"Oh yeah!" Matson thought.

"Of course. It would be to our advantage to have your disturbing speculations satisfied and your fears set at rest. We could accomplish more in a calmer

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Five telepathic aliens land in Seattle and immediately start sending out good vibes. The human closest to them is the only one suspicious of them: who gives away health, wealth, and knowledge and gets nothing in return?

An interesting story, the narrator is a good character. The human "secret weapon" is a nice twist.
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